Our teams are always on the look-out for fun and exciting links, making education fun for children, teachers and parents!
Check out the links below that we’ve found for you to enjoy this spring:
Make a Sock Monkey – Having a spring clean? Getting rid of some old socks? Before you bin them, click the link to find out how you can make use of your old socks and have fun at the same time!
A Kids Heart – There’s lots of Spring time activities on this website to keep the little ones amused including how to make flower heads, online games and puzzles, printable sheets and much more.
Apples 4 the Teacher – This is a great website for you and your children if you are fans of arts and crafts, there are many Spring activities and crafts to create why not try making a birdhouse out of craft stick?
Stay at Home Moms – Is a great website with lots of ideas for how to get the little ones out of the house and active this spring by creating fun adventures whilst keeping fit and healthy.
Resources Teachers – This website is packed full of free resources for teachers form nursery rhymes to lesson plans, this will help keep your lessons fresh and fun for your pupils.
RSPCA – Ideas and resources for teachers to introduce your pupils to the life cycles of animals and teach them about animal welfare including assembly ideas.
BrainPOP – BrainPOP UK is a fresh, highly engaging educational website which contains hundreds of animated explanations and interactive quizzes for Key Stage 2 / P3 – P6 and Key Stage 3 / P7 – S2.
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