Image Credit: Multiplying Rabbit by Holyoh7
My fellow blogger, Simon of Haughton runs an ask Simon website as he knows lots of stuff about ICT. As I get older I actually know less and therefore I’d like to subvert his trend and ask you my readers some questions instead.
There are times when a tweet or a google search just are not enough and you need more space to get your question out. Ok so here goes hoping there will be some answers in the comments section, otherwise I’ll be feeling a bit lonely Billy no mates.
I really do have quite a lot of questions in my head at the moment – so this will be the first of about 4 posts.
I am not talking about an app that you may have heard about or seen on a website, but an app you have actually used with your class and found successful.
Also aside from an IPad app how else have you successfully taught Multiplication facts using ICT?
Thanks to Lisa Stephens,Sheli Blackburn and Mary Farmer who posted their tweets in response to my question earlier this evening:
@skinnyboyevans – Squeebles Multiplication worked well with youngest as liked rescuing Squeebles. Not used with a class though. 69p
— lisibo (@lisibo) September 4, 2012
@skinnyboyevans primary games apps: multiple wipeout and ghostblasters are fab for x tables Ant and Sherston have a sing your tables app 🙂
— Sheli Blackburn (@SheliBB) September 4, 2012
@skinnyboyevans best I’ve come across is rocket maths. Also good is maths bingo. They seemed to be the most popular with my class last yr
— Mary Farmer ADE (@ebd35) September 4, 2012