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Match Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

A matching game which can help you to recognise equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages. Displays well on interactive whiteboard.

7-11 year olds
Mountains, Volcanoes and Earthquakes

A module of six lesson plans, or a topic which lasts half a term, which focuses on mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes from the Royal Geographical Society. It is supported by downloadable resources.

7-11 year olds
Autumn Stars and Planets

A short video which explains why the stars that we see in the night sky change with the seasons.

10-16 year olds
Ali and the Magic Carpet

Follow Ali on his magic carpet journey to different parts of the world! A delightful animated story.

3-5 year olds
Goldilocks and the Three Bears

An animated story of the traditional story of the Three Bears. There is a sequencing activity to print out to go with the story.

3-7 year olds
Genes and Inheritance

A brilliant resource for GCSE students on all about genes, DNA, inheritance, cloning. It explains how we can use genes.

Teachers, Pupils
14-16 year olds
Save the Whale

Complete the number bonds to set the whale free. You can choose different totals up to 10.

5-7 year olds
Money Two-Step Problems

Two-step word problems involving money. Calculate how much change is given when 2 or more items are purchased. Designed for use as a teaching aid on an interactive whiteboard.

7-11 year olds
Grammar and Punctuation

This guide has been put together to help students' understanding of grammar and punctuation. Each point of grammar has an explanation and exercises. Great for either working through or dipping into if you want to brush up on a particular point.

16-18 year olds

A game of estimation. You need to estimate where on a decimal number line to position the claw grabber to match a percentage figure. It is a good way of testing whether you understand the relationship between decimals and percentages.

10-11 year olds
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