Creaza Mindomo is an online mind mapping tool for visual learning, improving creativity and problem solving. With Mindomo, you can organise and get an overview of thoughts, ideas, links, and other information visually. In order for the brain to remember what you learn, knowledge needs to be categorized. To make the learning process easier and more fun, you can use the mind map tool to make a map of your thoughts and sort them thematically. The mind map is well suited for exploring new material, looking at connections between new and known knowledge, and organizing material for further development. In addition to text, you can also add links and media files to your mind maps in Mindomo: Add pictures from Flickr, Google, Bing or Wikipedia Add film from YouTube, Vimeo, Creaza or your own productions Record sound Add sound clips from Creaza or your own productions Export to picture formats You can also easily present your mind map with Mindomo Presenter.
Squashy Boxes* Here's another versatile (and often overlooked) resource. Squashy Boxes enable children to quickly generate 'random' numbers. They are a simple but effective tool for practising a range of rapid recall and mental calculation strategies. Squashy Boxes are easy to make, 'pack flat', have hundreds of uses and are easy for children to manipulate; children can also store them in their own drawers or book bags. This downloadable pdf file* includes templates for six Squashy Boxes (plus a blank template) together with extensive teacher notes and ideas for maths activities for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children. Please note: mathstick boxes have been specifically designed to reduce the occurance of duplicate numbers - it's not just a random selection! Make up the boxes as follows: 1.Print out the template onto thin card. 2.Protect with tacky-back plastic, if you wish. 3.Fold along all of the vertical lines 4.Fold into a cuboid shape and glue the final blank column (tab) behind the first.
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