The Fractions app lets students use a bar or circle to represent, compare, and perform operations with fractions with denominators from 1 to 100.
A collection of K-12 applications designed and engineered by Clarity Innovations.
A tool for exploring a variety of mathematical topics introduced in the elementary and middle grades.
Concept Mapping allows students to easily create mind maps, flowcharts, and concept maps.
Science Journal helps students develop skills in data collection, supposition and reflection.
Help students deepen their conceptual understanding of key terms in mathematics. Each card features three sections: a math term, a representative example or model, and a concise definition.
Help students visualize and understand money values and relationships. Two versions of coins and bills are provided: virtual U.S. currency pieces and area money pieces.
Help students structure numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Students use the frames to count, represent, compare, and compute with numbers in a particular range.
Helps students visualize number sequences and demonstrate strategies for counting, comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Choose number lines labelled with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, or negative numbers.
Helps students develop a deeper understanding of place value while building their computation skills with multi-digit numbers. Students use the number pieces to represent multi-digit numbers, regroup, add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
A simplified version of the Number Pieces app, designed for use with primary students. It has fewer features, putting greater focus on place value, counting, addition, and subtraction. Note that Web version is full Number Pieces app.
Facilitates the natural development of children’s number sense. Rows of moveable, colored beads encourage learners to think in groups of fives and tens, helping them to explore and discover a variety of addition and subtraction strategies.
Explore geometry and fractions, creating their own designs, or filling in outlines. As they work with the shapes students think about angles, investigate symmetry, and compose and decompose larger shapes.