This clip from Video Jug explains RSS feeds to you in plain English!
Can’t find what you are looking for? Don’t forget you can use the Search box on the right to look for posts on specific topics. […]
Here is a great website just in time for Christmas! Print out lots of activities for children to do and make – I really like […]
Just a few Christmas links for you.
Well it is if you use this site! Become Jackson Pollock in moments, without the mess! http://www.jacksonpollock.org/ Go and throw some paint around and don’t […]
Northumberland Grid for Learning is a website I enjoy exploring and have recently come across their interactive book ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and other excellent support […]
Saga has launched a social networking site for people over 50 in the style of Facebook and MySpace!
Have a look at this website and practice a little bit of dialect in the process!
Why not get your pupils to put some new Word techniques to use by creating a Christmas placemat?
Three keyboard pictures for you to use on the IWB or to print out for keyboard bingo etc.
This touring maths lab enables visitors to encounter mathematical concepts and tax their problem-solving skills in a multi-sensory environment, experiencing maths through sight, sound, touch […]
Finding images on the web that you can legally use in school can be a problem.
Following on from the post on SciCast, I discovered this!
Visuwords is an online graphical dictionary. You can look up words to find their meanings and their associations with other words. A great tool for […]
Want some little figures to use with stop motion animation? This website has A4 templates to print and make some quirky figures that you could […]