Maths

# Generic maths resources

By Suzie Hunt

We've given Friends of Hamilton and School Subscribers access to a library of 80+ maths resources.

Use our number lines, fraction walls, and place value charts to help practice number and place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, geometry, statistics, measurement, and fractions.

The package is available on HamiltonPlayer and is comprised of PDFs to download and access to Interactive Teaching Programs that can be used on whiteboards. The resources include beaded bars, landmarked number lines, fraction walls, place value charts and grids and more. Use the PDFs on a display to help you model key concepts and strategies, or print them and use them as practice sheets for the children.

#### Explore generic maths resources

• Resources to support counting, an understanding of the size of numbers and ordering, e.g., number cards, 100-grids, bead strings, number tracks, number lines, PV grids, charts & cards.

Number & Place Value →
• Resources to support recognising patterns of multiples and the concepts of repeated addition, grouping, remainders and written division, e.g. 100-grids, interactive teaching programs.

Multiplication & Division →
• Resources to support mental and written addition and subtraction methods, e.g. bead strings, number lines, 100-grids and PV grids.

• Properties of shapes - A selection of interactive teaching programs to model different themes such as angles, polygons and symmetry. Position and direction - Resources to present the coordinate plane, supporting the reading and plotting of coordinates, reflection and translation.

Geometry →
• Interactive teaching programs to support data handling and representation, e.g. tables, bar/ pie charts and line graphs.

Statistics →
• A selection of interactive teaching programs to model different measures and to practise reading scales.

Measurement →
• Resources to provide pictorial representations of fractions and to make explicit links between fractions, decimals and percentages, e.g. fraction walls and landmarked number lines.

Fractions →

## Interactive Teaching Programs (ITP)

ITPs use Flash to provide dynamic visual materials to support teaching specific concepts and skills in primary maths. They give you functionality to demonstrate angles, coordinates, fractions, counting on and back, grouping, place value, division and much more. A handy ITP Guide tells you how to use them effectively. Find the ITPs you need on HamiltonPlayer.