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 →
Needed some of these quickly http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=prepositions_119 lots here and organised by type! http://www.agendaweb.org/grammar/prepositions-intermediate-exercises.html
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!
This is a great post, a programmer has made a page to show how Dyslexics experience reading. Click here to have a look!http://geon.github.io/programming/2016/03/03/dsxyliea
Three Billy Goats Gruff, read aloud, signed and with the words displayed for children who are hearing impaired or just need that extra support. There are other stories on this site that are only available as apps, but they look... Continue Reading →
nice game that does what it says on the tin and has a choice of backgrounds, there are also links to all other kinds of dinosaur and fossil related activities.
This game helps children identify the different types of technology in a room. Once the child has selected an object, she then has to pick (from a multiple choice) the correct definition of the selected technology.