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Top Plant & Flower Games & Activities

At last! The sun is coming out so here is a list of gardening activities, online games and colouring pages to get us in the mood for the summer! Outdoor Flower & Plant Fun Have fun in the garden with... Continue Reading →

Premiership Literacy! Free Football Resources.

The British Council have a great site for EAL Learners to improve their vocabulary whilst  playing online games, like Beat the Goalie, Penalty Shoot-outs etc and all games contain 3 levels of difficulty. It is a perfect way for boys... Continue Reading →

Free Buddhist Resources for Wesak Day

Buddha Day / Wesak / Visakha Puja / Vaisakha May (full moon day) An important festival because on this day the Lord Buddha was born, attained enlightenment, and died. All three of these significant events fell on the same day.... Continue Reading →

Free Inspirational Quotes to Colour in

Some lovely quotes to colour in and decoarte your classroom with, from Doodle Art Valley here.http://www.doodle-art-alley.com/quote-coloring-pages.html

Free Simple Scratch MIT Card Projects

I found these simple Scratch Card projects. Great for children to do who have no previous Scratch programming  experience . These cards are an easy way to use simple code to a great effect and for children to build up... Continue Reading →

Milk Marbling for kids, art/ science projects

I love marbling and would love to bring it into the classroom, but using traditional techniques of oil paints and turpentine can be very toxic and very odorous. I found a site that show s how to marble with milk,... Continue Reading →

Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Pancake Day 2017

Pancake Day in the UK is also known as Shrove Tuesday, and is celebrated as Carnival and Mardi Gras elsewhere in the world. Next enjoyed on 28th February 2017, it was traditionally a day of fun and feasting before the... Continue Reading →

Wild Bird Feeding Month Resources

February is Bird Feeding Month, and it makes a lot of sense as it is winter and food is scarce for our feathered friends. Here is a list of resources you can use at home or in school to encourage... Continue Reading →

Stone Soup free activities and Recipes for Children

January is national soup month, who knew? However it does makes sense in these colder months to settle down with a nice warming bowl of soup. The story of "Stone Soup" is a wonderful story about the community  working together... Continue Reading →

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