Division 5th & 6th
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This interactive site would be beneficial when introducing division as grouping and repeated subtraction. The user must load the passengers (2-10) onto the required number of planes.View full description
A colourful game which challenges the player to answer division sums up to the number 100. The player must choose a question and then choose an answer. This is good for differentiation.View full description
Strand unit: Operations
Suggestions for use: The game is ideally suited to the IWB with it's vibrant colours. Teacher could allocate sums to different ability children. Children could also play the game themselves individually or in groups.
A bright and enticing site which offers various different games based on division, pictoral representation of sums make it a very visually stimulating site. Each challenge will develop division skills, practice taking place while having fun.View full description
Strand unit: Operations
Suggestions for use: This website is ideal as an assessment tool to be used at the end of a lesson and to re-inforce the learning. Teacher could aim certain sums / questions in the challenges at students depending on their ability levels. Interactive games on this site lend themselves to the process of differentiation very well.
This clever interactive game allows the user to chose multiplication, addition, subtraction and division as the operation, then a maximum number up to 20. The user must find out what X equals by working with two equations. (Needs Flash)View full description
Suggestions for use: The game would by ideally played on the interactive whiteboard, it could be played between groups, when one group has come up with the value of X, they put up their hands. Teacher can keep score. Otherwise, teacher could use the equations given to make matching pairs games. Children would be given the task of writing down pairs of equations, then teacher could laminate them. This would add a concrete active dimension to the activity. Colour code the equations, find the other half of your equation and work out the value of X.
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