You can download the resources below and use them under the terms of the Creative Common License under which they are released. The images, games, and source PowerPoint files may be of interest and use to anyone looking to create and publish their own online resources.
7 slides with various clock face configurations and with sectors for each minute.
29 slides with domino patterns.
Loads of different number lines. Note: Large file - 3MB+
Various 2D shapes illustrating congruence and similarity.
3 slides with shapes and partial shapes on background grids.
Pre-made 10 Frames - simple enough but will save you the bother!
Number lines marked to represent a variety of inequalities.
Number lines graduated to show time in hours, quarter hours, and 5 minute intervals.
Selection of images that can help when explaining or illustrating how to calculate area and volume.
144 images showing a wide-range of fractions using both circle sectors and rectangular grids.
Place Value Blocks
Place value blocks in various configurations of ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands.
Cuisenaire Rods in color and in outline and in both horizontal and vertical alignments.
24 different images showing shapes and covering various geometric concepts.
2 colorful variations of the hundred chart/ square. Note these are vector graphics so they scale up very nicely.
Numbers to 100
Individual images with numbers from -25 up to 100. Originally used to create a large, wall mounted number. What could you use them for?
Move the Magnets
Hit the Target
Each zip file containing the games/ activities resource files also includes a Read Me file that outlines how to edit the resources to create variations of the games. This file also notes important exceptions regarding resource files that are required but that are not released under the Creative Common License.
If you need any help or if you have any feedback, we'd be delighted if you contacted us.
The target game, the drag-and-drop game and flashcard files were all developed specifically for easy alteration and re-use and HelpingWithMath.com would like to acknowledge the excellent multimedia work done on their behalf by Solterra Media Works and by Istvan Erdei who re-worked them into HTML5.