Teaching Aids

Teaching aids

The teaching aids offered on this page range from primarily teacher-based applications to fully pupil interactive instruction tools. All the aids focus on providing a visual, audio, kinaesthetic and ultimately engaging approach to teaching. All aids are designed to be suitable for use with interactive whiteboards.

You are free to run the aids directly from this website or download a copy to use on your own computer. Downloading a copy is recommended, particularly if you are uncertain about the stability of your internet connection during a lesson.

All teaching aids are Flash-based which means you will need to have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer.

Who's Next?

Who's Next?

Who's Next? is a random name selector. You are able to enter a list of names and then push a button to pick one of the names at random.

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Cheese Chase

Cheese Chase

Cheese Chase is intended to help teach the concept and reinforce the visualisation of three-figure bearings. Players are asked to estimate the bearing between two points and are awarded for their accuracy.

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Randomites

Randomites

Randomites is a random object generator that is useful in a wide range of mathematics classroom contexts. From primary school oriented counting and object categorisation to Key Stage 3 and GCSE work with probability. Randomites can be customised to create simple or complex object-based data sets.

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