News Tagged 'cross curricular'

Animal Resources

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1-header-animals-imageThe RSPCA has developed  a set of animals resources to share with teachers including lesson plans.

“Many of the lessons overlap in subject area including English, Science and Maths. There’s also some great ideas for assemblies and school councils.”  (RSPCA)

For the UK national curriculum there are more than 40 curriculum-linked lesson plans available ...

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Interactive Whiteboard Links and Resources

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SmartboardInteractive whiteboards (IWB) are in many classrooms now and lots of teachers are using them really successfully and very imaginatively. It may be timely to reconsider your own use of IWBs in the classroom – below are links from various places offering ideas and resources especially for the IWB.

10 Creative Ways to Use Interactive White Boards in the ...

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Superheroes – topic ideas

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Superhero Topic Ideas

teaching ideasChildren love Superheroes and lots of topic work can be based around this popular theme – this page offers some great ideas you might like.

Teaching Ideas has a whole bank of useful resources and also has a transition project which may be useful for the summer term with year ...

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Enhance the primary school curriculum with free Novel Games

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It is obvious that children and young people are inspired by playing computer games so it makes sense to try to harness that interest by using games to enhance the primary school curriculum.

Novel Games provides the embedding code to about 350 games which can be added freely to the school web site, a class blog or wiki. There is a great selection linked to curriculum subjects including maths, literacy, science, the arts and humanities.

This is a completely free resource which could ...

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Nanoogo – a new way of creating posters

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A  Nanoogo screen shotNanoogo is an new on-line platform where teachers can create logins for their classes.

Pupils can then log in  to write stories, create interesting artwork, and share their knowledge.  It is a web 2.0 resource where pupils can make poster type of presentations and has great educational potential.

Nanoogo is easy to use, free ...

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