Math Games Practice addition skills by matching the correct answers to each question. Complete all of the questions to make reveal a Christmas picture. Practice counting skills in this fun online game. It's color by number! To determine the color of each space solve each addition problem, then use the code at the side of the page. Teacher Guide Below is a guide to using the NRICH website on Desktops and tablets, a mobile phone guide will be available soon. At NRICH we believe that: Our activities can provoke mathematical thinking.Students can learn by exploring, noticing and discussing.This can lead to conjecturing, explaining, generalising, convincing and proof.In a classroom, the students' role is to focus on the mathematics while the teacher focusses on the learners.The teacher should aim to do for students only what they cannot yet do for themselves. Problems and resources linked to the Primary Curriculum, with support for teachers, can be found here.
Kids in British Schools A la Une : Ten activities from Jürgen Wagner Our German colleague Jürgen Wagner has created ten activities called "Kids in British Schools", that he has tested with his students. They will soon be published in the German magazine "Diesterweg Internet Detective", so we also benefit from a professional layout... Each task includes a worksheet that you can download for free (in the word format so easy to adapt to your students if you wish to do so) and several links to articles and websites to work from. The topics are varied, but all related to kids in British school : life in present schools and in Victorian schools, uniforms, discipline, truancy, term-time holidays, bullying, mobile phones, texting, etc. For each activity you will find excellent links, mostly from the BBC, including for example a video to teach kids to react to bullying or a dictionary to translate text lingo.
Children’s reading games and reading activities Most children learn best when they are doing something for a real purpose and because they want to, so playing games is an easy way to support their learning. Here are some great suggestions for activities and games you can do at home or out and about. Younger readers 3-7 year olds Language Play Children enjoy exploring and experimenting with language and it helps them to learn new words and their meanings and also to listen to the sounds that make those words. Early Years & Key Stage One (KS1) Maths Teaching Resources & Printables Shape, Space and Measures DCSF ‘Numbers and Patterns’ Maths/Numeracy display banners (Ref: SB2363) Colourful banners for your ‘Maths’ or ‘Numeracy’ displays. Mathematics display banner (Ref: SB31) A colourful banner for your classroom ‘Mathematics’ display.
Primary — Years 3 to 7 « English for the Australian Curriculum Five media-rich units of work that bring literacy and language learning to a broader and imaginative understanding of our world through literature and inquiry, supported by geography, science and history. Night and day A unit of work with a literature study focus to explore Dreaming stories and folktales from around the world, alongside the scientific concepts and phenomena of night and day. View unit
7 Resources for Teaching and Learning Vocabulary One of my teaching assignments this semester is to work with students who need extra help preparing for the SAT (all 11th grade students in my school are required to take it). I split the responsibility with a mathematics teacher. My focus is on helping the students develop their reading skills and knowledge of vocabulary.
20 Must Have Posters for Language Teachers Posters are great learning tools that we use in our classrooms. They attract students attention and they can seamlessly communicate various concepts and ideas . These ideas can range classrooom rules to key grammatical structures. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has recently started a section called Educational Posters where we feature some awesome posters we come across online and that have a great educational value. Busy Teacher is one of the great resources for educational posters, we have learned a lot from his posters and they have hundreds of posters that it took us so much time to sift through them. I highly recommend Busy Teacher to those of you looking for posters to use in the classroom.
ictopus Home Ictopus resource archive What is ictopus? Ictopus (ICT online primary user support) was a support service for primary education which ran from 2007 - 2012. Seven Little Australians Study Booklet - A Literature Study for Years 5-7 In this teaching resource, students learn about all aspects of literature including themes, vocabulary, phrases, comparisons, characters and more. The booklet is broken into chapters to assist students to focus on key sections within the text. The booklet incorporates plenty of reading analysis, along with complementary writing exercises. About the text: Seven Little Australians describes the life of a family, in particular its seven children in early outback Australia.
77 Educational Games and Game Builders I'm often asked if I know of any games for subject "x," "y," or "z" for a particular grade level or age group. My answer is usually yes, but I need to search my archives. Therefore, I've gone through my archives and dug up many of games that I've mentioned over the last four years that are still active online. Consider this my humongous list of educational games.
Ambleside C.E. Primary School This webpage contains an archive of old but popular learning activities developed some years ago and they are no longer maintained. Teaching tools, tests, games and much more... At Ambleside we involve children in all parts of the process of designing and creating content for our website. Many of these games have been designed by, or with children. .