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Circus Towers explores number patterns linked to spatial arrangements.Circus towers: square stacks
Musical Number Patterns requires users to generate counting patterns.Musical number patterns: music makerMusical number patterns: musical times
Photo Hunt requires users to rotate a 3d scene so that a 'photo' replicates a given 2D picture.Photo hunt: level 4
Area Concept requires users to estimate and then calculate the area of rectangles and compound shapes.Finding the area of compound shapes
Decimaster requires users to represent fractions and decimals in various different ways.Decimaster: match-up 1
Divide It Up helps users explore grouping to solve division problems.Divide it up: puppiesDivide it up: grouping tool
Fraction Fiddle helps users explore problems involving fractions.Fraction fiddle: matching cake fractionsFraction fiddle: hit the apple
Wishball is a game involving addition and subtraction with place value.Wishball: whole numbersWishball: hundrethsWishball challenge: whole numbers
Modeling Numbers helps users to explore numbers using a variety of representations.Modeling Numbers: 6-digit numbers
Multiplication and Division Basic Facts helps users to fill the gaps in their multiplication and division basic facts.An updated version of this Learning Object is available in e-ako maths. The stand-alone version is no longer available.
Leisure Survey involves students in the survey process, from selecting a topic through to writing a report on their findings.Leisure survey
Mystery Spinner explores the relationship between sample space and likelihood of outcomes.Mystery spinner: challenge
Spinners explores likelihood in the context of spinners constructed by the user.Spinners: explore
The Foul Food Maker explores likelihood in the context of a machine which randomly dispenses disgusting foods.The foul food maker: questions 1
Spinner allows users to make spinners and use them to explore experimental probability; the results are shown as a table and graph.Spinner