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Get OnBoard with our free lessons!

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.

Why get OnBoard?
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! 

Just download our latest free content below to GET OnBoard TODAY! You can also scroll down for an archive of all the free lessons we've given away.

Free interactive frequency table!

Help your students get to grips with frequency tables with our free interactive activity!

Ask your students to complete the frequency table by calculating the mid-points and mean of the given data, and then reveal the answers to see if they were right! You can keep resetting this activity to generate dozens of different data tables, so that all your students can try it out!

Start completing the table below!

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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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Formulas: free worksheet and presentation!

We are giving away a free High School Algebra I presentation and worksheet on formulas.

This presentation introduces how to write and use formulas and then tests students’ understanding with an interactive multiple-choice quiz!

The worksheet asks students to apply their knowledge to solve a range of different problems, from the height of a trapezium to the speed of a travelling car!

Download the presentation and worksheet below!

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Free activity: dilation on a coordinate grid!

We've published a free activity on dilation on a coordinate grid!

Ask your students to change the scale factor on the grid and move the corners of the triangle and the centre of dilation to see how the dilation of the triangle changes.

Try out the activity below!

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High School Geometry: free worksheet on circle calculations!

We've made available a free worksheet on circle calculations!

This three-page worksheet covers calculating the area and circumference of a circle, as well as the length of arcs and area of sectors. Featuring a range of questions and tasks, this worksheet will help to cement your students’ understanding of this topic.

Click on the button below to download the worksheet!

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Reciprocal functions: free PowerPoint presentation!

Our first free content of 2015 is a PowerPoint presentation on reciprocal functions for your High School Math students!

This 8-slide presentation introduces reciprocal functions, equations and asympotes in a clear and accessible way, and includes interactive activities asking students to draw graphs of the data given.

Click on the link below to download the presentation!