News Tagged 'teaching resources'

A Tale Unfolds

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As  the last chance to sign up for A Tale Unfolds for FREE and start the project in Spring/Summer 2015 is drawing near, we thought that it would be timely to bring this fun and inspiring literacy resource to your attention. Why not view the sample resources for week one and two and read the very positive comments on the project website; you will see that teachers who have already taken part ...

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123HUB – Our New Teaching Community Resource Bank

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HUBLogoAnnouncing the Launch of 123HUB – Our New Teaching Community Resource Bank!

The 123HUB is our new Teaching Community Resource Bank. It is designed to assist teachers in finding quality on-line resources via a simple 1 – 2 – 3 search. Our aim is to take the effort and guesswork out of finding the best online resources that are available for ...

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Poetry for Children Web Links

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girl-reading-poetryThis is a collection of web links regarding poetry for children which I hope you find very useful.

Kenn Nesbitt has developed a website called Poetry4kids  which is devoted to poetry for children. “Welcome to Poetry4kids.com the funny poetry playground of Children’s Poet Laureate Kenn Nesbitt, where you will find lots of funny poems and poetry books for children, classic children’s poetrygamescontestspoetry lessons and activities, and journals, plus a rhyming ...

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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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The Ancient Greeks – Web Links

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greeceThis is a collection of web links for those schools studying the Ancient Greeks. If you have great links that you think should be added, please let us know in order that we may include them.

The BBC looks at all aspects of life in Ancient Greece and go an an adventure game with Hero. There are also many resources for teachers available here.

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