100 Square Types of Numbers
Below is a QuickQuestions Interface © with a difference. This is a fully interactive 100 square, with which you can either select numbers in a pattern manually, or use one of the buttons at the bottom to show those numbers.
Click on all the numbers of a particular type, then check your answers by pressing the relevant button. The correct ones will go green, incorrect will stay red, and any you missed will be yellow.
Do you know all the different patterns?
Click on all the numbers of a particular type, then check your answers by pressing the relevant button. The correct ones will go green, incorrect will stay red, and any you missed will be yellow.
Do you know all the different patterns?
Ideas for Teachers
This 100 Square is slightly different to the other one. With this one you might ask pupils to the front to select any numbers of a particular type, and then check using the buttons. In particular, as well as the types and multiples, this one also has a factors button, so you can ask pupils for all the factors of 60 (for example). Remember to clear the board after each go.
This 100 Square is slightly different to the other one. With this one you might ask pupils to the front to select any numbers of a particular type, and then check using the buttons. In particular, as well as the types and multiples, this one also has a factors button, so you can ask pupils for all the factors of 60 (for example). Remember to clear the board after each go.
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A sheet containing six small 100 squares for handing out to the class.


A larger 100 square (A4) for a bigger display.
