Scotland: P1-P7, S1
Understanding Pie Charts (x3)
Smart Operators (x2)
Flats, Rods & Cubes (x4)
The Great Turtle Race
Turtle Tracks drawing program
Schools: from £95 p.a
Family/Tutor: £55 p.a.
What's new in The Number Gym?
The Number Gym now contains 75 separate programs. Each one is age-neutral, displays clear, simple mathematical images without distractions to enable teachers to teach the concepts and then offer a range of exciting challenges and games across Key Stages 1 and 2. Ideal for interactive whiteboards.
Most activities can be personalised across a wide ability range simply by using the tick-boxes and drop-down windows.
The Number Gym also encourages creative investigations in maths with its open-ended activities, especially with its logo turtle graphics module.
The one-off site licence price includes six months online access via our website so staff and pupils can access our software at any time and engage their parents in the games and challenges too. After the first six months, continued online access may be optinally purchased at a very reasonable price.
A much earlier version of this product won the Pirelli Internet Award for the Communication of Mathematics "for its ability to provide children, by means of interactive tools and games, with an informal and fun approach to the complex world of mathematics."
This version is SO much better. Take a trial?
Pairs can be played with all the cards either revealed or hidden at the start. Two players or teams take turns to select 2 cards of equivalent value. The winner is the player with the most pairs.
This program offers a progressive series of counting challenges which involve counting on and/or back in 1s and 10s, counting in decimals and counting across negative numbers. It can be used with the whole class, small groups or individually.
The Number Gym won the Pirelli Internet Award for the Communication of Mathematics
"for its ability to provide children, by means of interactive tools and games, with an informal and fun approach to the complex world of mathematics".That was way back then, you should see it now! Take a trial?