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## Mathematics

Contains 96 Videos

### Calculating the Finishing Time

You’re going to the cinemas to see a new film with a friend. You know when the film starts and how long is goes for – but how do you work out when it finishes? This Miniclip teaches students to calculate the finishing time of events using the...Show More

You’re going to the cinemas to see a new film with a friend. You know when the film starts and how long is goes for – but how do you work out when it finishes? This Miniclip teaches students to calculate the finishing time of events using the starting time and duration. Show Less

### Mapping Skills

Noah and Mustard are lost in the forest and need to find out how to get home, but all they have is a map that they don’t know how to use! Can you help them? This Miniclip introduces maps and their purposes, and how understanding the scale,...Show More

Noah and Mustard are lost in the forest and need to find out how to get home, but all they have is a map that they don’t know how to use! Can you help them? This Miniclip introduces maps and their purposes, and how understanding the scale, compass, and legend (or key) allow us to read any map we come across. Show Less

### Learning to Draw Line Graphs

Meet Merindah – she owns an ice-cream cart and after a hot week she wants to create a line graph to reflect her sales! But how can she do this? This Miniclip introduces the purpose of graphs and takes students through plotting their own line...Show More

Meet Merindah – she owns an ice-cream cart and after a hot week she wants to create a line graph to reflect her sales! But how can she do this? This Miniclip introduces the purpose of graphs and takes students through plotting their own line graphs. Students will also learn about the purpose of the horizontal and vertical axes, writing meaningful titles, spacing out their graph, and using a ruler to connect their plotting points. Show Less

### Calculating Volume

What is volume? Is it different to capacity? Find the answers to these questions and more with this fantastic Miniclip! Captivating animations demonstrate the differences between capacity and volume, as well as how to calculate volume using cubic...Show More

What is volume? Is it different to capacity? Find the answers to these questions and more with this fantastic Miniclip! Captivating animations demonstrate the differences between capacity and volume, as well as how to calculate volume using cubic centimetres and metres. Students will also discover how to use a formula to help them solve a range of problems involving volume through examples using cuboids. Show Less

### Take It Away: 5-Digit Subtraction

Your students will already be familiar with subtraction – but what about subtracting large numbers with five digits? This easy-to-follow Miniclip demonstrates how to do this accurately by aligning the columns for each place value, beginning the...Show More

Your students will already be familiar with subtraction – but what about subtracting large numbers with five digits? This easy-to-follow Miniclip demonstrates how to do this accurately by aligning the columns for each place value, beginning the subtraction in the ones column, and using the method of regrouping. This can be used as a fantastic resource to either introduce this concept, refresh students’ skills, or as revision! Show Less

### Comparing and Ordering Decimals

Decimals are used in every type of measurement – distance, length, weight, capacity, volume, and money. Reading them can sometimes be hard enough, so how can you compare and order them simply? The key is all in using place value, and this...Show More

Decimals are used in every type of measurement – distance, length, weight, capacity, volume, and money. Reading them can sometimes be hard enough, so how can you compare and order them simply? The key is all in using place value, and this fantastic Miniclip shows just how simple it can be! Show Less

### Division: Sharing and Grouping

Meet Naman and John! They want to share their strawberry snacks and play a game of marbles – but how can they share these objects equally? Introduce your young students to the concept of division using the strategies of sharing and grouping!...Show More

Meet Naman and John! They want to share their strawberry snacks and play a game of marbles – but how can they share these objects equally? Introduce your young students to the concept of division using the strategies of sharing and grouping! Using pictorial representations of the boys’ strawberries and marbles, your students will learn the differences between these two strategies and how they can help divide objects into equal groups. Show Less

### Check Your Answers Using Inverse Operations

Explore the relationships that numbers share using the inverse operations of addition and subtraction! This Miniclip demonstrates how to use these two operations to check answers, showing that their inverse nature can act as a perfect mental...Show More

Explore the relationships that numbers share using the inverse operations of addition and subtraction! This Miniclip demonstrates how to use these two operations to check answers, showing that their inverse nature can act as a perfect mental calculator! Show Less

### It All Adds Up: 5-Digit Addition

While your students will already be accustomed to addition – how do they feel about adding large five digit numbers? This clear and simple Miniclip demonstrates how to do this accurately by aligning the columns for each place value, beginning...Show More

While your students will already be accustomed to addition – how do they feel about adding large five digit numbers? This clear and simple Miniclip demonstrates how to do this accurately by aligning the columns for each place value, beginning the addition in the ones column, and using the method of regrouping. This can be used as a fantastic resource to either introduce this concept, refresh students’ skills, or as revision! Show Less

### Finding the HCF

When exploring the relationships between numbers, one of the most significant is the highest common factor. With the help of a wonderful magician and his rabbit, discover what highest common factors are, how multiplication and division help us to...Show More

When exploring the relationships between numbers, one of the most significant is the highest common factor. With the help of a wonderful magician and his rabbit, discover what highest common factors are, how multiplication and division help us to find them, and how easy they are to calculate! Show Less

### Introducing Fractions

Fractions are one of fundamental mathematical concepts that we use every day, and what better way to introduce them to young students than with a party? Join Lily at her birthday party to learn about fractions using a delicious carrot cake and...Show More

Fractions are one of fundamental mathematical concepts that we use every day, and what better way to introduce them to young students than with a party? Join Lily at her birthday party to learn about fractions using a delicious carrot cake and some colourful party hats. We look at what fractions represent, how we can show an equal share of something as a written fraction, and what ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’ actually mean! Show Less

### Calculating Time Duration

When we talk about time, we often mention duration. Calculating duration, or elapsed time, is a fundamental life skill that your students will learn with this Miniclip! Using real world examples such as birthday parties, bus trips, and visiting a...Show More

When we talk about time, we often mention duration. Calculating duration, or elapsed time, is a fundamental life skill that your students will learn with this Miniclip! Using real world examples such as birthday parties, bus trips, and visiting a friend’s house, your students will learn useful mental strategies to help them calculate duration using both digital and analogue clocks. Show Less

### Factoring in Multiples

Explore relationships between numbers with a fun introduction to factors and multiples! This Miniclip explains what factors and multiples are, the role that multiplication plays in determining these values, and how these concepts can extend to...Show More

Explore relationships between numbers with a fun introduction to factors and multiples! This Miniclip explains what factors and multiples are, the role that multiplication plays in determining these values, and how these concepts can extend to any number. Show Less

### Finding the Remainder in Division

Introduce your students to the concept of remainders in division with this fun Miniclip! With the use of a real-world scenario and a three-step process to find the remainder – involving division, multiplication, and subtraction – your...Show More

Introduce your students to the concept of remainders in division with this fun Miniclip! With the use of a real-world scenario and a three-step process to find the remainder – involving division, multiplication, and subtraction – your students will learn how to accurately calculate their division problems with ease! Also included is an explanation of important division terms such as dividend, quotient, and divisor. Show Less

### Multiplication Using the Lattice Method

Multiplication can be conducted in a variety of ways – one of these ways is by using the lattice method! This approach uses a lattice grid to break down each digit in the numbers being multiplied while keeping the numbers organised. A fun and...Show More

Multiplication can be conducted in a variety of ways – one of these ways is by using the lattice method! This approach uses a lattice grid to break down each digit in the numbers being multiplied while keeping the numbers organised. A fun and interesting introductory method to know when learning multiplication! Show Less

### Multiplication Using Expanded Form

Multiplication can be conducted in a variety of ways – one of these ways is by using expanded form! This approach involves expanding each digit in the multiplicand to show their value before multiplying them with the multiplier. A great...Show More

Multiplication can be conducted in a variety of ways – one of these ways is by using expanded form! This approach involves expanding each digit in the multiplicand to show their value before multiplying them with the multiplier. A great introductory method to know when learning multiplication! Show Less

### Finding Your Angle

Angles are everywhere - but how do we differentiate between them all!? This Miniclip examines four types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight. It explores what they look like, their size in degrees, and examples in the real world. The...Show More

Angles are everywhere - but how do we differentiate between them all!? This Miniclip examines four types of angles: acute, right, obtuse, and straight. It explores what they look like, their size in degrees, and examples in the real world. The video also explores protractors and how they’re used to measure angles! Show Less

### The Division Symbol

The symbols in mathematics are numerous and varied - but some are absolutely fundamental. This Miniclip introduces the division symbol, how it’s written, when we use it, what it does, and why we use symbols in maths in the first place. It is an...Show More

The symbols in mathematics are numerous and varied - but some are absolutely fundamental. This Miniclip introduces the division symbol, how it’s written, when we use it, what it does, and why we use symbols in maths in the first place. It is an essential starting point to the order of operations. Show Less

### Mixing It up with Improper Fractions (Advanced)

Your students will be delighted by this retro video game-inspired Miniclip, which explains how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. Differentiated into two different approaches, this advanced version involves dividing the numerator by...Show More

Your students will be delighted by this retro video game-inspired Miniclip, which explains how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. Differentiated into two different approaches, this advanced version involves dividing the numerator by the denominator, including remainders, to find the mixed number. Show Less

### Mixing It up with Improper Fractions (Basic)

Your students will be delighted by this retro video game-inspired Miniclip, which explains how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. Differentiated into two different approaches, this core version involves a more simple approach of...Show More

Your students will be delighted by this retro video game-inspired Miniclip, which explains how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers. Differentiated into two different approaches, this core version involves a more simple approach of counting parts to find the mixed number. Show Less

### Symbols: Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To

Mathematics is full of special symbols to express the relationships between numbers. But what are some examples of these symbols, and what do they actually mean? This Miniclip introduces the symbols for greater than (>), less than (<), and equal...Show More

Mathematics is full of special symbols to express the relationships between numbers. But what are some examples of these symbols, and what do they actually mean? This Miniclip introduces the symbols for greater than (>), less than (<), and equal to (=). Your students will learn what these symbols mean and when to use them, giving them the skills to express themselves proficiently in mathematics. Show Less

### Division as Repeated Subtraction

Introducing division can be challenging, but this endearing Miniclip makes this mathematical operation relatable and engaging for your young students! Follow Ali and his delicious vegetable patch as he demonstrates how to use repeated subtraction...Show More

Introducing division can be challenging, but this endearing Miniclip makes this mathematical operation relatable and engaging for your young students! Follow Ali and his delicious vegetable patch as he demonstrates how to use repeated subtraction on a number line and through the horizontal subtraction method to make yummy cupcakes! Each step of these methods are explained, allowing your students to develop their understanding and build the confidence to try it themselves. Show Less

### Introducing Symmetry

Symmetry is all around us – from leaves and insects, to fruits and windows. But what does “symmetry” mean, and what in the world are “lines of symmetry”? Discover all this and more through real world examples that reflect symmetry in...Show More

Symmetry is all around us – from leaves and insects, to fruits and windows. But what does “symmetry” mean, and what in the world are “lines of symmetry”? Discover all this and more through real world examples that reflect symmetry in our everyday environment. A fun introduction for any student exploring the world of patterns and shapes! Show Less

### Converting Metric Units: Mass

Introduce your students to the metric unit of mass with this fun Miniclip, featuring everyday examples to illustrate the use of milligrams, grams, and kilograms. Also explained is the method of converting between metric units of mass using...Show More

Introduce your students to the metric unit of mass with this fun Miniclip, featuring everyday examples to illustrate the use of milligrams, grams, and kilograms. Also explained is the method of converting between metric units of mass using multiplication and division, an essential skill that your students will use throughout their lives. Show Less

### Dividing by Multiples of Powers of 10

Discover how to solve equations involving the division of multiples of powers of 10 with this Miniclip! Using clear animations and a real-world example to demonstrate the computation method, this clip will assist your students’ understanding of...Show More

Discover how to solve equations involving the division of multiples of powers of 10 with this Miniclip! Using clear animations and a real-world example to demonstrate the computation method, this clip will assist your students’ understanding of this mathematical process. Show Less