Websites & Chrome Apps to support Maths
Chromebooks supporting Maths presentation
Google Tools for Maths - Steve Wick's collection of Google maths tools
(g)math - equation support - videos explaining how this works
Chrome Maths Addons, Apps & Extentions compiled by Eric Curts
A place for everyone to imagine, create and explore building with LEGO bricks online. Especially good for measurement, fractions and geometry.
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Educreations and Pixiclip are online recordable whiteboard sites. Use for students to explain maths strategies and problem-solve.
Seesaw - This e-portfolio tool has a build in recordable whiteboard - select the Drawing option . Seesaw also has options for video, inserting images, files, links and notes. Easy to use. Free with paid upgrade options
Geogebra is a graphing calculator for functions, algebra, geometry, calculus and statistical calculations.
An overview of the statistical commands. Other commands on the right.
EquatIO is a maths tools helper for G Suite. There are free and paid versions. Google Docs integration is free, for Forms, Sheets etc you get a free 30 day trial then it is $100 for a single user. Read these articles to see how you can use it:
Top 5 Ways to Use EquatIO in the Classroom
EquatIO makes maths digital
- stretch bands around pegs to form line segments & shapes and find out about perimeter, area, angles, fractions, etc.
Maths Hacks in the Classroom
Maths Manipulatives- clocks, tens blocks, shapes, fraction bars, algebra tiles etc from Google Drawing.
EquatIO - a paid maths extension but has some free features
KnowledgeHook - A gameshow similar to Kahoot but has a few more options including a non-timed version. Students play here.