This is a useful flash maths resource to practise the 'bus stop' method of division. It's great on e-whiteboards and it gives instant feedback as the user completes the problem. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Maths
This is a wonderful Google StreetView mashup where users can make mini worlds of their local area or of places across the world. It's a great for displays and geography activities. Just find the place you are looking for and use the Print Screen function to get creative. Found via http://twitter.com/@timrylands
This site allows users to stream realtime audio on the web and make your own radio station. The site links to SoundCloud so you can stream music legally. It's a great a resource for setting up a school radio station or streaming a CPD event. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
This wonderful site allows children to create platform, physics, puzzle and shooter games using an easy to use toolbox. The games are created and saved online. They can also swap links to their games and play each other's creations.
Create video based quizzes with this useful site and share them online with your class. Search for YouTube videos within the site and crop the section you what to use. Then enter your questions and multiple correct & wrong choices to build the quiz. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Use this interactive online ear diagram to examine the workings of how we hear sound. You can embed the ear on to your website (much better that embedding a website in to your ear!) Found via http://twitter.com/@WengersToyBus
This is a 'must try' iPad app where you can design a 3D creature. Tap, drag and pinch your creation until it is just right and then 'paint' it with the patterns you want. It's a great resource to use alongside creative writing or science work. If you have access to a 3D printer you can even fabricate your design. Download the app at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/123d-creature/id594014056.
This is a Twitter hashtag archiver I have designed to use when all other sites stop working when the API is down (which happens all the time!). The tool uses Excel and Word and you can make an archive in just 4 steps.
This is a shocking resource which shows all of the earthquakes that have happened over one week on a map. The site separates the quakes into colours by strength. It's astonishing to see how many earthquakes happening around the world. Found via http://twitter.com/@MrsPTeach
Post videos, text, images or more to a public or private online wall. It's simple to use and can be used to post homework, collect resources or create projects. You can give your pupils usernames and passwords to edit the wall. Then embed the wall on your website.