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Welcome to OnBoard, our free email service that provides you with loads of the highest quality teaching material for your interactive whiteboard and your classroom.

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Find great free lessons for your math teaching in one place, saving you hours.

  • Free animations, flexible graphs and diagrams, and quizzes
  • Free lesson plans
  • Free posters
  • Free PowerPoint material, and MUCH MORE! 

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Free PowerPoint: Relations and functions

Free PowerPoint: Relations and functions

LATEST FREE CONTENT: Free PowerPoint – Relations and functions

Introduce your students to the concepts behind relations and functions with this free presentation!

Full of all the Boardworks interactivity your students love to learn from, this PowerPoint runs through the basics of mathematical relations before moving on to functions. It contains a clear, dynamic activity introducing different types of relation as well as an interactive exercise on graphs of functions.

Download your relations and functions PowerPoint now – click the button below!

Order a free sample disc!

Why not click here to order a free sample disc? With dozens more exciting activities to try out, the sample disc shows you how Boardworks can transform teaching and learning in your classroom.

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Free poster: 3-D shapes

Download our free 3-D shapes poster!

Brighten up your classroom walls with our brand-new poster on 3-D shapes.

A perfect visual reminder of the formulas needed to calculate the volume of different 3-D shapes, this colorful poster features labelled diagrams to help your students remember this key mathematical information.

Download the poster now! 


Cumulative frequency activity – try it out!

Looking for some great whole-class activities for use with your High School Math students? Then why not try out our cumulative frequency activity?

Giving your students the chance to put their modeling skills to the test, this activity challenges students to collect real-life data within the classroom and record it in an interactive cumulative frequency table.

Try out the cumulative frequency activity now, just click on the 'start' button.


Percentages – free exam flash cards!

Free exam flash cards

With finals season fast approaching, chances are you’re starting to think about how to encourage your students to make the most of the study time they still have available.

To support you in doing this, we’ve provided a free set of flash cards on percentages – so you can hand them out to your students as ready-made study materials!

These cards serve as helpful reminders of the ways in which we work with percentages – from how to write them to finding the original amount.

Download the flash cards now, just click on the link below!


Factoring Polynomials – your free vote-winning PowerPoint!

Factoring Polynomials

Presenting your chosen PowerPoint: Factoring Polynomials

Packed with interactive activities, in the PowerPoint you’ll find: 

  • An interactive introduction to different methods of factoring, including greatest common factor and grouping;
  • A matching exercise on equivalent expressions to help you check student understanding;
  • A click-and-reveal exercise that helps you test students’ ability to factor polynomials.

Download your vote-winning PowerPoint today – just click on the link below!


Constructing a dilation: free animation!

Animate your High School math classes with our free try-it-out animation on constructing a dilation!

Taken from Boardworks High School Geometry, this animation helps your students distinguish between scale factors greater than 1, between 0 and 1, or less than 0.

Control the pace of your class by moving through the animation in your own time. Work through each stage of the dilation with your students, use it as a crib for students to check their own answers against – it's up to you!

Press start to begin!