Find fun stories for babies, toddlers and young children, including fairy tales, bedtime stories, rhymes and poems for kids.
This site has a variety of fairy tales, some have been acted out by students others are animations. This could be used for English to explore story writing and what makes a story effective. This is a UK site, so teachers should watch the videos before hand to make sure that students will understand the content.
Free Interactive Primary or Elementary Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Numeracy, Maths, Literacy, English, Science, Religious Education, Geography, Design Technology, Spanish, French and History teaching resources and kids fun games.
The Comic Creator is an interactive tool that invites students to compose their own comic strips for a variety of contexts.
This is an online comic creator, where students can make their own comic by putting pictures and captions. This would be effective when teaching students about camera angles and shots (close up, far away).
Try the ‘Go for your life’ Interactive Lunchbox! Simply add drinks, snacks and mains to your lunchbox and weigh up your lunch to see how healthy it really is…
When I was researching IWB resources for my PDHPE assessment about healthy eating, I came across this site that students can choose a snack and main meal. The site then calculates to see if their choices are healthy or not. It's really fun! :)
This site has a number of different picture books that are read outloud and some of the pictures in the book move! This is an excellent resource especially for younger stages as teachers could use this resource to explore the texts further and there are even activities and lesson ideas provided!
A selection of excellent primary resources which work well on interactive whiteboards in the classroom
This website could be used throughout a child's schooling years- preschool to year 9. This site focuses on maths and has a variety of games that are categorised under the different maths topics that students from that stage are required to cover. eg. year 6- coordinate graphing, probability and algebra.
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