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## Interactive Whiteboard Resources

1. 2-Step Money Problems - [UK money used] Calculate the purchase total and then the change. The units may be different, but finding sums and change works the same as in the US. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
2. Bar Charts - Practice reading information from a bar chart. Three levels are available. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
3. Elapsed Time - Use level 2 or three to find elapsed time between two stops on a bus routes. A time line is available for calculation. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
4. Finding Multiples - [Carroll diagrams] Drag multiples into one box and non multiples into another. You can find and organize the multiples of one number or multiples of two numbers. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
5. Graph Paper to Use With Your Smartboard! - You can print out a variety of graph paper or just open up the PDF file and use it on your Smartboard!
6. Matching Pairs: Concentration Style - Multiple levels are available in each of five topics; Multiplication, Division, Addition and Subtraction, Fractions and Decimals, and Measurements. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
7. Missing Digits - Multiplication problems have missing digits in various places, you must supply the correct digit. Sixteen levels of difficulty are available. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
8. Multiplication Facts - Rapid Recall - Fourteen levels available; one for each of the tables from two-times to 12-times, and three with three numbers per activity. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
9. Partitioning - Drag pieces of a number into a bin to compose a given number. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
10. Place Calculations on a Number Line (Multiplication) - Derive and recall multiplication facts for the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10 times-tables. Twenty levels are available; ten are un timed and ten are against the clock. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
11. Place Numbers on a Number Line - Twenty levels are available; ten are untied and ten are against the clock. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
12. Skip Count Sequences - Counting up or counting down, multiple activities are available. Each of the twenty activities can be set for one of five levels of difficulty. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.
13. Timetables - Read information from a bus schedule using Level 1 of this interactive site. This works great on an interactive whiteboard.

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