260 free educational interactive teaching resources and activities for Primary/Elementary Schools.
84 free to use fun kids games/activities for kids aged 4 - 11.
165 plus links to free interactive teaching activities, educational games, image and software resources.
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Online educational learning games and activities for Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Kindergarten and Elementary schools.
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Breast Cancer Campaign13 August 2014
Wear it Pink is an exciting fundraising initiative for schools that aims to raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Research. The campaign supports the delivery of PSHE and science and equips students with the tools and skills needed to help run their own fundraising activities. These downloadable teaching resources are for pupils aged 7 -11 and 12 - 16 and are free for all teachers taking part in the programme.
Schools will also receive a fundraising toolkit that will include fundraising ideas and all the materials they need to plan their own fundraising events, including sponsorship forms, letter templates for parents and a blurb to go into the school newsletter.
New KS1 Geography Resources10 August 2014
We have created a new KS1 Geography page with 5 resources from the BBC & TES.
We hope everyone is enjoying their summer break and is looking forward to the coming academic year!
Earth to Echo - Our Adventure16 June 2014
National Schools Partnership have a new schools programme to inspire Year 6 pupils to celebrate and document the friendships they have built over their time at primary school, and help them with the transition to secondary school.
Links to literacy are embedded throughout the resource, with learning brought to life through art, design and filmmaking activities. Sign-up at Earth to Echo - Our Adventure.
Red Nose Day 2015 date announced10 June 2014
Friday 13th March 2015 could be your lucky day because the best day in the school year is back! Bring the whole school community together to celebrate Red Nose Day 2015; the perfect opportunity for pupils and staff to have fun, and make a real difference to people’s lives. Put the date, Friday 13th March, in the school calendar now to make sure your pupils don’t miss out. And to make getting involved with Red Nose Day super simple, Comic Relief has produced free Fundraising Resource Packs, full of goodies, available for all schools to order at rednoseday.com
World Teach In is looking for the world's best science lesson ideas06 June 2014
World Teach In is now calling for primary teachers from across the world to step forward with their ideas for teaching spellbinding science lessons to present at a unique professional development event in London. Teachers have until 15 August 2014 to submit their proposals. If selected, your ideas will inspire teachers from around the world to try new ways of teaching science in their own schools.
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.
A versatile 12x12 square with three highlight colours, hide or reveal, variable start number and a variable step feature.
8 the division challenge
Can you meet the 8 division challenge?
Prove you know the 8 times table with these divide by eight calculations.
Solve the divide by 7 problems
Can you solve the problems using your division skills?
Seven is the trickiest number, master it and the rest are easy!
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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