60 Free to use Key Stage 1 Interactive Teacher Resources for Primary/Elementary Schools.
Maths, English, Science, R.E. and History activities and kids games for your Whiteboard, PC or Mac. Ideal to use at home to help with your child’s education, kids learn while having fun.
Here are a few of the latest Key Stage 1 resources.
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.
Water Infrastructure - Information Book
A simple, read-alone, explanation book based on the problems of poor water infrastructure.
Use this resource as part of Water Week (July) or as part of any Water or Weather topic.
Barnaby Bear - Out Of Place
Supplements geography work in the National Curriculum with interactive out of place game, which links to the main National Curriculum key areas in a fun and exciting way.
Water Infrastructure - Persuasive Leaflet Writer
This resource contains images and background information about Water Issues around the world, focusing on Water Infrastructure. While the information covers a range of sub-themes we suggest that pupils focus on one small area and then pick out the relevant information to add to research from other sources. This resource should be used in the context of a wider topic on the features of persuasive writing.
Barnaby Bear - Weather Report
Supplements geography work in the National Curriculum with interactive weather report game, which links to the main National Curriculum key areas in a fun and exciting way.
Water Infrastructure - Make Your Own Information Book
This resource includes scenes and objects to support writing about Water Infrastructure. We recommend that a pupil produces just one page, focusing on features of information writing and carrying out research to find relevant facts. Pupils could work in a team, pooling their efforts to make a complete, class book for one topic.
Toys, Past and Present - Listen and Read
A simple, non-fiction, interactive information book. Contains information about toys, past and present. Pupils can either listen to or read the text. The links in the text will navigate to other pages containing related items.
A simple sorting activity. Decide on your criteria and enter it onto the desk labels. Find toys that match your set titles..
A visual excersice to help with basic subtraction. Drag and drop the number bars to help with the calculation.