Category Archives: Maths and numeracy

Another maths freebie!

Hi folks! Another quick wee freebie – this time a set of spatial awareness puzzles from HappyNumbers.com. Why not use a PDF reader or note-taking app to open these PDFs in so that your learners can complete them without you … Continue reading

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A wee freebie from Wishtrac

Hello everyone, Sorry it’s been a while – I am working on a few things for you to enjoy on the blog, promise!  It has been a busy year with some exciting trials of software and hardware ongoing and coming … Continue reading

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Doorway Supermarket

Many of you already know about the wonderful free literacy, numeracy and typing activities that are available at http://www.doorwayonline.org.uk A new resource, Doorway Supermarket, will be available to trial from mid-October, and the developer is looking for teachers in Scottish schools … Continue reading

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iOS App Profile: Calculator+

On a recent visit to a school, I spoke with a severely dyslexic pupil who mentioned how challenging it was to use a calculator as the numbers were difficult to see.  The pupil may have had some success using a calculator with … Continue reading

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Modern Chalkboard

Modern Chalkboard is a resource that I have seen used in quite a few schools, so apologies if this isn’t new to you!  However, I think when you work with something all the time it’s easy to forget that others … Continue reading

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