Educational Resource Websites

Here is a compilation of website resources that can be useful to teachers, parents AND pupils.  Whilst not all are not based in the UK, they can still be beneficial for learning or teaching purposes!

There are quite a few sites that are fun for children to use for their studies and homework.  I hope these will be of use.  If you come across other websites not listed here, please email: – Cool ideas for a healthy packed lunch – More ideas for healthy packed lunches   – Resource for many topics  – Geography Skills for the Early Years – Subscription Site – Online lesson plans and worksheets which link to website activities    – Find out about your favourite CBeebies programmes  – Go back in time with Dynamo and find out about living in the past   – Games to develop literacy skills – A variety of games to develop numeracy skills – Living Things – Materials – Physical Processes – Learn fascinating facts about earthquakes – Find out about Endangered Animals from this fact file – Music and Dance Activities – Research topics and play educational games – Information and games relating to famous historical figures – Discover Flat Stanley and his travels around the world – Fight Bacteria with the Food Detectives – Lots of games at various levels – test yourself! – Various Games at different age levels – Information on Health Promoting Schools – Watch this for tips on how to stay safe online – Road Safety website with games and information – Interactive Games – Science Based – Reading games and activities – Resources and Advice for teachers – Early Years Literacy and Numeracy Skills – Games to develop reading, spelling and grammar – Maths activities to develop understanding – Teacher link to free lesson plans – Teacher link to free lesson plans – Read and learn information on Space – NASA kids club – solar system – Solids, Liquids and Gases – games about energy – Information on how things work – Structure of planet Earth – taking a look at the earth’s crust – all about insects – Animals and conservation – information on renewable and sustainable energy – A site offering information for parents to help them get involved in their child’s learning – resoources for all areas of the curriculum – Find out all about the author Roald Dahl and his books – Information about PTA in Scotland – Explore the world of Dr Seuss – Listening and grammar activities – Free downloads for your classroom – Spelling skills – middle school activities – learn to read – teaching comprehension and phonics – Teaching resource about the Internet – Addition, subtraction, division and multiplication across the stages  – pupils have recently used this at school – subscription may be required – Literacy Activities linked to Oxford Reading Tree – Education News – Test your Times Table skills with this website – British website with resource ideas and superb presentations for interactive whiteboards – Research a variety of topics for your homework –

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