News Tagged 'IWB'

Interactive Maths and Numeracy

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Interactive Maths and NumeracyMany moons ago there were lots of free interactive maths games created and shared by the DfEE which were to be used to teach whole classes on the interactive whiteboards. At the time they were innovative and great, but sadly time moves on and they look very old now. TeachIt Primary have created a ...

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Using an Interactive Word Cloud as a Christmas Poem or Story Starter

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Christmas Poem or Story Inspiration Word Cloud

How to use an interactive word cloud to inspire a Christmas poem, or story writing exercise.

First, project the Christmas Poem Starter interactive word cloud, which I created on the tagul.com website,  onto a whiteboard and let children in small groups, table groups, pairs, or as individuals select and choose five words to base their poem or story on – they can record their ...

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Free Embedable Interactive Content

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GynzyFree Embedable Interactive Content. Here are some examples of free embeddable interactive content from Gynzy.com that you might be interested in for your website, blog or classroom interactive whiteboard.

Gynzy.com are sharing free embedable interactive content for your website or interactive whiteboard. There are lots of little interactive activities available such as the Birthday Cake – ...

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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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Story-writing – Nine More Dramatised Clips

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Teachers MediaTeachers Media has added  Story-writing – Nine More Dramatised Clips to its Primary Lesson Starters series.  Teachers have to sign up for Teachers Media to get them; however, it is free to join and is a very useful teaching resource.

Each of the nine story starters is designed to instigate discussion and inspire imagination! Each little episode is opened ended and finishes in a cliff-hanger in order that the pupils may decide upon what might ...

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