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#1 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Maths is Fun with animations » 2018-08-12 23:48:09

What is the benefit of Math and Physics games and animations?  They will help you to understand math and physics concepts better. They are powerful educational media; they make understanding of dynamic and 3D concepts much easier. They don't replace handbooks; they support handbooks because they can do things that handbooks can't do.  (1) They are interactive, you get immediate feedback.  (2) They can show objects in 3D by rotating them on the screen. (3) They are dynamic; you see things happening right in front of you. (4) They make use of virtual objects with which you can do experiments and teachers and parents can do demonstrations. There is no age restriction - the younger, the better.

Visit www.science-animations.com to experience for yourself

#2 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Maths is Fun with animations » 2018-08-12 23:41:51

www.science-animations.com has been improved with many new animations and apps for the Apple Store and Android devices. I always try to improve and come up with new ideas.

Peet van Schalkwyk

#3 Re: Maths Teaching Resources » Maths is Fun with animations » 2010-08-06 19:22:16

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Peet van Schalkwyk

#4 Maths Teaching Resources » Maths is Fun with animations » 2010-02-20 18:27:53

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Have a look at the updated maths animations at www.science-animations.com

#5 This is Cool » Cool Maths Animations » 2008-10-04 05:02:35

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Animations can do things that handbooks can't; they can be interactive, dynamic and in 3D, but above all they put fun into learning.

See for yourself with this free animations at http://www.science-animations.com/

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