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Polypad is a collection of interactive digital manipulatives. It is designed for tablets, desktop computers as well as interactive smartboards, and can be used by teachers and individual students.
This lesson explores the perimeter of shapes made from pentominoes, and offers students opportunities to work systematically and construct reasoned arguments.
In this lesson, we explore the internal angles of regular polygons, and how they decide whether polygons can me joined together without any gaps.
In this lesson, students can discover topics like factors, multiples, and prime numbers using a concrete, visual representation.
This task uses tetrominoes as a context for exploring enlargements (dilations) and scale factors. Which “rep-tiles” can your students create?
Number bars can help students to visualise different ways of making a specific amounts of money using 1p/1c and 2p/2c coins.
Polypad supports many different keyboard shortcuts for ease of use:
shiftkey and tap multiple tiles, to select multiple tiles at once.
backspacekey to delete your current selection, and the
Ckey to duplicate your current selection.
CTRL + X/Yto undo or redo your last change.
Polypad is fully keyboard accessible. In addition to standard tab events to cycle through buttons and tiles, we support these additional shortcuts:
ARROWkeys move the currently selected tile up, down, left or right.
Rkey rotate the currently selected tile by 15°. Also press
shiftto rotate by –15°.
Skey moves the focus to the beginning of the sidebar.
Tkey moves the focus to the beginning of the toolbar.
Ukey moves the focus to the canvas area.
ESCkey clears the current selection, and close any open popups and modals.
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