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Learning Games for Kids – a Great Games Site

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Learning Games for Kids a Great Games SiteLearning Games for Kids is a great new games website devoted to educational games and with strict privacy rules, making it seem ideal for use in school.

The site seems to be linked with Spelling City which is a good and useful site which we have shared before.

 

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Capacity and Water Maths

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Capacity and Water MathsLearning all about capacity can be great fun with sand and water. Set up an outside investigation area for use on lovely sunny days.

Here are some websites with maths investigations and many of these are using water or sand. Though not all are suitable, there are plenty of things for indoor days too:

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Giving Access to Clean Water around the World

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Giving Access to Clean Water around the WorldIn the UK,  we take water for granted. We turn on the tap and it is there, plentiful, fresh, hot or cold. It pours from the sky quite frequently and surrounds our little island. However, unfortunately, it is not the same all around the world!

One Drop

One Drop. This is not a children’s site but it has some amazing videos and photographs as well as some ...

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Ocean Facts

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Oceans form a huge part  the Earth’s make-up and there are so many interesting ocean facts which could feed into any project about water. Here is a set of links suitable for teachers:

National Geographic – The National Geographic shares a selection of facts about the oceans. With some stunning photographs in a slide show.

 

Science Kids – Offers a page of information ...

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Beneath the Sea

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Beneath the seaThe sea, oceans and marine life are a constant source of wonder to children, they love investigating rock pools, and playing in the waves, Beneath the sea makes a lovely project for science work. Here are a set of sites to help create such a project.

The Smithsonian Museum Ocean Portal –  Hosts a wonderful set of web pages dealing with life in and under the oceans. ...

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