
Carroll
diagram is a more complex sorting program. The screen shows
a Carroll Diagram. The matrix is labelled 'red', 'not red',
'rectangles' and 'not rectangles'. There are 12 shapes to sort
using two criteria. 

Counter
is a very flexible counting
program which allows you to set up either one or two counters
to count in different ways. 

Function
Machine is a simple program which allows users to choose
functions to carry out on the numbers they type into an 'Input'
box. When they press the 'Activate' button their chosen function
is applied to their number and shown in the 'Output' box. 

Handy
Graph is a simple program that draws block graphs. Pupils
can enter their own graph title and label the axes. As they
enter their data they see the block graph created. 

Sorting
2D shapes is a simple sorting program. The screen shows
three boxes labelled 'all right angles', 'some right angles',
'no right angles', and eight different shapes. The object is
to classify the shapes according to their properties and place
each in the
correct box. 

Venn
Diagram is a simple sorting program. The screen shows a
nonintersecting Venn diagram labelled 'triangles' and 'other
shapes', and ten 2D shapes, five of them triangles. The object
is to place each shape in the correct section of the Venn diagram. 

What's
my angle? is a program that allows the user to practise
skills of estimating and measuring angles. The introduction
demonstrates the correct way to use a protractor to measure
angles. Acute, obtuse and reflex angles are explained. 

Minimax
is a program which helps you to understand the effects of large
and small digits on the operations addition, subtraction, multiplication
and division. 

Monty
is a program based around the exploration of various 10 x 10
number grids. There are 9 different grids which can be selected
and some of these can be used in different orientations on the
screen. ‘Start’ begins a new game and/or changes the orientation
of the grid. 

Play
Train is a number puzzle program. A train is standing in
a station waiting for passengers to board. The task is displayed
on the screen, telling you how many passengers are needed and
the number of carriages you have to fill. The displays also
shows which numbers can be used to complete the operation. 

Take
Part consists of three onscreen films which show shapes
being divided into halves, thirds or quarters. The transitions
of the shapes are made mainly through, rotation, reflection
or shears. 

Toy
shop is a game of strategy for two players (or groups of
players). Players take turns to select a coin to pay towards
the cost of the displayed toy. The winner is the player who
lays down the coin to make up the exact cost of the toy. 

Measuring
Scales is an interactive set of scales. Click on the weights
to see the scales register. 

Explore
Area and change the grid size, shape, and colour. 

Explore
Coordinates: add axes, plot the position of coordinates and more. 

Counting
On and Back –partition the beads up to 100 in tens and ones. 

Data
Handling –enter the data then see the data displayed. Change
the categories by overtyping. 

Division
Grid – an interactive division grid. 

Fractions
– an extremely useful tool to support the teaching of fractions,
percentages and decimals ratio. 

Grouping
– click on a counter shape, use the arrow keys above the numerals
to set number then click on the numerals to show the counters. 

Line
Graph  there are a variety of ways to enter and display
the data. 

Measuring
Cylinder – an interactive cylinder; set the scales and turn
on the tap! 

Multiplication
Grid – multiply by two digit or three digit numbers. 

Number
Facts – addition and subtraction facts to twenty. 

Number
Grid  check out the multiples and prime numbers on this
interactive grid. 

Number
Line  the interactive number allows teachers to change
the intervals between numbers, set their own lines and extend
between positive and negative numbers. 

Polygon
 creates scaleable polygons up to 10 sides. A protractor and
rule can also be overlaid to carry out virtual measurements. 

Ruler
 the rule allows you to measure straight lines or shapes which
you can draw using the pencil tool. 

Symmetry
 a clickable grid allows you to create and investigate lines
of symmetry and reflection. 

Tell
the time  this 'live' analogue clock also includes a digital
companion. The time can be advanced or retarded by incremental
units from 1 minute to 1 hour. 

Thermometer
 this fully scaleable thermometer can be used to read maximum,
minimum, difference and change. 
