A Venn Diagram is a powerful visual way to show the factors of a number, and the common factors of two numbers. Nice implementation.
Here is the home page for this activity
The learning activity can be found at:
Here are the comparable Venn Diagram resources for multiples:
And the learning resource
Two activities about reading various types of scales.
These scales are more traditional
These scales somewhat less traditional
This resource is based on real experiments in the 1930s by Karl Zener who designed the cards used (now known as Zener Cards). The purpose is to test for clairvoyance. There are 5 different types of card and 5 of each design giving a deck of 25.
Students are shown the back of a card and are asked to choose what they think the card is. The resource keeps a tally and presents a frequency at the end. The frequency is only given at the end to emulate the normal use of tally charts.
Note that the card sequence is pre-determined, so this is best done as a one-off experiment.
The learning activity is here:
This is an interactive one quadrant number plane
And this is an interactive four quadrant number plane
A really cool mental computation activity. Love it! Three thumbs up!
A bingo game to reinforce basic number facts and mental computation.
The bingo books to accompany this activity can be found at
An excellent activity that requires students to use bearings and scale to be successful. It would work well as a group activity. Three thumbs up!
Left-click to play the game on-line, or right-click (and select Save Link As or equivalent) to download it:
A top-notch collection of activities to reinforce some geometry theorems:
Click on the magnifying glass to fill the screen (or interactive whiteboard)
A fantastic implementation of the 'bath graph', ie the graph of water height vs time if a bath tap is turned on/off, and/or the plug is pulled out, and/or a person gets into/out of the bath. And a yellow duckie is included for free. Three thumbs up!
A fantastic interactive activity! Students get lots of practice at finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percents. Three thumbs up!
The website has a fact sheet, a worksheet, a quiz and (best of all) a game for teaching this activity.
The main website is at:
If you want to cut to the chase and just play the game, it can be found at: