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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 →

Free Simple Valentines Wordsearch

Here is a simple Valentines Wordsearch for EAL, Primary school Children.

Free Python Code Activity

Looking for some more challenging Coding Activities? Why not have a go at this on Trinket? Free Python Hour of Code Activity from Trinket https://hourofpython.trinket.io/a-visual-introduction-to-python#/welcome/an-hour-of-code There are lots of free lessons and online activities for your club or class that... Continue Reading →

Free Course for teaching children HTML

https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/teaching-kids-basic-html This course is very simple to use and would make a great addition to any club or lesson teaching programming to children. It is a sequence of small animations showing how HTML code works and uses the idea of... Continue Reading →

10 free resources for memory boosting and recall

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 →

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 →

Mattisse free Teaching Resources

“A thimbleful of red is redder than a bucketful.” Henri Matisse French Fauvist Painter and Sculptor, 1869-1954 Happy Birthday Henri Matisse! Henri Mattisse was born on 31 December 1869 in Northern France. Click Here for an interactive Flash Game showing... Continue Reading →

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