Target Boards
Below is a QuickQuestions Interface © with a difference.
There are 60 squares on the board, and each time you press "New Board", the squares will be populated with a different set of numbers (up to the maximum you choose).
You have to select all the numbers of a certain type, and then check your answers with the buttons below.
If you got it right, it will turn green. If it was wrong, it will stay red. If you missed it out, it will go yellow.
There are 60 squares on the board, and each time you press "New Board", the squares will be populated with a different set of numbers (up to the maximum you choose).
You have to select all the numbers of a certain type, and then check your answers with the buttons below.
If you got it right, it will turn green. If it was wrong, it will stay red. If you missed it out, it will go yellow.
Ideas for Teachers
With the same controls as the 100 Square Types of Numbers, this activity mixes the numbers up and gets pupils to look for the different types of numbers. Great as a starter, put a board up on the projector and ask students to find all the square numbers in the board. Once they think they have found them all, click on the button to instantly check.
You could get different groups to look for different numbers (inclucing multiples or factors of different numbers), and just press clear to remove the selections, but retain the same board.
For some more excellent ideas for this activity see this post from William Enemy.
With the same controls as the 100 Square Types of Numbers, this activity mixes the numbers up and gets pupils to look for the different types of numbers. Great as a starter, put a board up on the projector and ask students to find all the square numbers in the board. Once they think they have found them all, click on the button to instantly check.
You could get different groups to look for different numbers (inclucing multiples or factors of different numbers), and just press clear to remove the selections, but retain the same board.
For some more excellent ideas for this activity see this post from William Enemy.
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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.
