Many children have difficulty when processing and lack short term memory skills. To boost these it is a good idea to give children simple memory games, for example get a couple of toys and ask your child to repeat a... Continue Reading →
You can just paste copied text in the box and select from a menu of different Cloze options. It can be printed off as a worksheet or saved as an HTML file and done interactively through a browser!
With games like "Comma Chameleon" these interactive games will be a hit.
The Primary Games Arena has some great little games for children to learn specific things from the primary curriculum, be it nouns, multiplication, spelling or coding. It is sorted into age groups and subjects. I can see it working well... Continue Reading →
This is a great site with lots of activities for World book Day and reading resources throughout the year. For primary and Secondary. Register now! http://www.worldbookday.com/
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I have been looking for information on teaching learners with severe special needs to use the computer independently. Came across this site which looks very interesting it is authored by a woman who is an assistive technology specialist and teacher... Continue Reading →