Mini Whiteboard

When the teacher has asked the question write or draw your answer above then hold up your device so the teacher can see it.

This is a much better idea than putting your hands up! This way the teacher can see what everyone is thinking rather than just one person.

When you have written down your answer don't hold your device too high. Just rest it on your desk facing the teacher. We must think of safety first and not risk damaging this iPad/laptop/slate!

Information for the teacher: Here are some suggested activities for which these mini whiteboards can be used:

Plane Bearings

A visual aid designed to help pupils estimate three figure bearings. Pupils could write their estimate of the bearing on this mini whiteboard as part of a class game.

Countdown

How close can you get to the target by making a calculation out of the five numbers given?. Pupils could write their attempts on this mini whiteboard then hold it up for the teacher to see.

Hot Number Challenges

The ten Hot Number challenges are ready to project onto the class whiteboard. Pupils could write their solutions on this mini whiteboard.

Maths Anagrams

Jumbled words from a database of over 500 different mathematical words. Pupils could solve these anagrams then write their words on this mini whiteboard for all to see.

Pesto

Students classify numbers appearing on the screen by writing the letters P,E,S,T or O on this mini whiteboard. The teacher can see who has classified the numbers correctly.

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