Ask number-based questions with templates designed from the ground up for numerical reinforcement.
Rotate the dial to enter the correct number from within an evenly distributed range on a linear scale.
Similar to Dial, learners rotate the dial to select the correct number. This template offers the ability to distribute your numbers along logarithmic scales or equally distributed, for a set of numbers that differ by an order of magnitude.
Number Picker allows for the easy selection of large numbers of arbitrary complexity, by offering the ability to shift base 10 units up or down. Minimum and maximum values can still be set to constrain the learner’s response.
Use Number Sentence to offer a fixed set of possible numerical answers, which seamlessly integrate within a statement. The learner can then increase or decrease the value to choose their response.
Pie Chart is a great way to visualise percentage values for the learner to interact with, but is flexible enough to deal with other scenarios too.
When you have a group of numbers that are related, Ratio is the perfect choice. The numbers may add up to a certain value, or perhaps just apply to the same scenario. Either way, learners can easily set each value independently to answer the question.
Using the intuitive and simple Slider number template, learners select the correct answer from within a limited range. Like all number templates, it’s possible to set increments, prefixes, suffixes as well as minimum and maximum values.