Grids4Math offers users a choice of 4 mathematical grids
On each grid you can create up to three straight line shapes by tapping grid points. Each shape is a different colour. To start a new shape you tap the pen. Shapes do not have to be closed.
The square grid is a seven by seven grid.
The isometric grid has eight rows each containing seven grid points.
The polar grid is made up of three concentric circles of grid points and can have between 3 and 12 points spread equally around each circle. You can choose to have a center point present or not.
The circular grid is made up of a circle of grid points and can have between 3 and 20 points spread equally around the circle. You can choose to have a center point present or not.
Ideas for use are contained in the help pages for each grid.
Ideal for 9 -14 year olds. Makes learning mathematics fun.