265 free educational interactive teaching resources and activities for Primary/Elementary Schools.
84 free to use fun kids games/activities for kids aged 4 - 11.
170 plus links to free interactive teaching activities, educational games, image and software resources.
Suitable for use on an IWB, PC or Mac at school.
Also for teachers, parents & children at home with a PC or Mac.
Online educational learning games and activities for Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Kindergarten and Elementary schools.
Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, R.E., D.T., I.C.T, French and Spanish.
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Barefoot Programme12 April 2016
The Barefoot Programme "supports primary school teachers in delivering the computing curriculum. It empowers teachers with the confidence, knowledge, skills and resources to teach computer science and help young people become ‘computational thinkers’, enriching their career options and life choices."
Free registration gives you access to a wide range of resources to use in class along with other supporting materials.
Historic London29 March 2016
An innovative way to teach history in the modern classroom?
Historic London is a fully interactive piece that, with the use of the Google Street view functionality, enables you to peruse the bustling streets of London in order to see how some of the most famous parts of our Capital would have looked as far back as 100 years ago.
It displays the contrast (or in some cases similarities) between the past and present by overlaying an olden image of how the street would have looked back then, over the top of the current street view imagery.
Life is Messy18 March 2016
AO.com have launched a new campaign called 'Life is Messy'. It involves an interactive piece challenging classes to put away the technology for a little while and to get outside and playing messy!
The piece includes 30 activities, supported by extra information and inspiration to make sure you can create the activity.
Sport Relief08 February 2016
Sport Relief is just around the corner (18th - 20th March).
They have designed lots of learning resources and fundraising activities for teachers in primary and secondary schools : assemblies, learning resources, tutor time activities and an interactive story to make Sport Relief come to life in the classroom.
Why not have a look at all their curriculum-linked activities?
Get Set’s Road to Rio22 January 2016
Get Set’s Road to Rio Is the youth engagement programme for the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association.
The Rio Challenge is inviting schools across the UK to gather in teams and record the physical distance to the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. They can track their progress on the web or on our free app available for iOS, Android so teams can track their progress on their Road to Rio. There are also lots of exclusive opportunities to interact with athletes and win exclusive prizes in the countdown to Rio.
Here are a few of the latest free interactive resources added to our site.
(Click the resource image to open the resource)
A number functions, three level game based on football. It’s time for some ball juggling practice, answer the maths questions before the balls hit the ground.
Basic Number Recognition
A basic numeral recognition activitiy. Develop your mouse control and number skills by matching number digits to words in the 1 to 10 range.
A visual open ended activity to help with basic calculation and number bonds. Create number piles, Drag and drop the number bars to help explain a variety of concepts.
A versatile 12x12 square with three highlight colours, hide or reveal, variable start number and a variable step feature.
One Man Team
A cross curricular game based on football. Use your skill to answer the questions, then dribble past the defender and score.
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