News Tagged 'teaching resources'

MFL – Modern Foreign Languages

Posted by:

MFL - Modern Foreign LanguagesThis is a whole set of MFL web links, collated to provide easy access to games and many other resources. They are for assisting teachers in their planning and also for supporting children in their learning, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page please send them to us ...

Continue Reading →
0

D&T – Design and Technology

Posted by:

D&T - Design and Technology This is a whole set of D&T web links, collated to provide easy access to games and many other resources. They are for assisting teachers in their planning and also for supporting children in their learning, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page please send them to ...

Continue Reading →
0

Art

Posted by:

ArtArt: A whole set of web links to provide easy access to games and many other resources for teachers in their planning and for children, either at home or in the classroom. If you have some great links that you would like to see on this page, please send them to us so that we may include them.

Pupil Sites

Art Detective ...

Continue Reading →
0

Superheroes – topic ideas

Posted by:

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 ...

Continue Reading →
0

The Wired Child Infographic

Posted by:

Tablets and touch screens are without doubt changing young children’s experience with technology.  Early Childhood Education Degrees.com has recently posted an interesting and informative webpage entitled The Wired Child which details some of the benefits and pitfalls in parents introducing their child to technology whilst very young.  All of the information is presented in a very useful visual format (Infographic)  and provides a comparison of children’s technological experiences over the decades,  symptoms of technological addiction and expectations of technological competence. Undoubtedly, this site provides a very interesting ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 3 of 5 12345