The Four Operations
The below QuickQuestion Interface © generates random sums to do.
You can select the smallest value you want to include, and the largest up to 9,999.
You can also use negative numbers by selecting the minimum value as a negative number.
You can select which operation you would like to test, or set this to random to get a random selection of the four operations.
You can then type in your answer or simply reveal the correct answer. If doing a division, use at most 3 decimal places.
There is a 10QQI version of this activity which generates 10 random questions at a time.
You can select the smallest value you want to include, and the largest up to 9,999.
You can also use negative numbers by selecting the minimum value as a negative number.
You can select which operation you would like to test, or set this to random to get a random selection of the four operations.
You can then type in your answer or simply reveal the correct answer. If doing a division, use at most 3 decimal places.
There is a 10QQI version of this activity which generates 10 random questions at a time.
Ideas for Teachers
Great as a quick interactive starter to any Maths lesson, use this activity to check your pupils basic arithmetic skills. With the large amount of choice provided, you can use it with any set, and any year group (four digit multiplication and division should keep your ALevel students thinking too). Maybe use it for a weekly arithmetic test? Or suggest your students use it at home for practise if necessary. Whatever the use, every Maths teacher will find this useful!
Great as a quick interactive starter to any Maths lesson, use this activity to check your pupils basic arithmetic skills. With the large amount of choice provided, you can use it with any set, and any year group (four digit multiplication and division should keep your ALevel students thinking too). Maybe use it for a weekly arithmetic test? Or suggest your students use it at home for practise if necessary. Whatever the use, every Maths teacher will find this useful!
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