On MathsStarters, I have added a Frequency Distribution Table tool. The tool lets you have 3 to 10 scores, you tally as you go and the frequency and total are calculated.
You could use this on a projector/IWB (the buttons for incrementing the tally are sized for an IWB). Or, students could use this to record data on their own laptop as they collect it – paperless!
Here’s a quick starter activity for rounding.
Having found this tip on
elearnr.org Doug Belshaw’s blog about using PowerPoint:
Find graphics that represent things you do frequently in lessons (perhaps from clipart) and always use these when doing a similar activity. For example, a pen writing for when it’s time to start work or two people talking for discussion/group work. These help reinforce good habits and aid classroom management.
I went looking for some nice graphics to use.
Here’s a PowerPoint file I made to quickly review transformations before getting into congruency.
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