Interactive Resources

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Thanks to the latest edition of the Promethean Planet E – Newsletter for recommending the Crickweb Website:

www.crickweb.co.uk

It contains hundreds of great interactive whiteboard resources which are free to use on all types of board or stand alone. There are resources for all key stages and most curriculum areas. Within each section there are a range of resources to download with a brief description of the activity. The editor of the E – Newsletter was particularly taken by the fish tank game within the Early Years section, where you have to catch fish with your net and see them in a fish bowl. Pupils further up the school may wish to try the function machine which includes the option to set all operations and numbers.

Please let me know of any other websites with interactive resources.

fish tank        function machine

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One Response to “Interactive Resources”

  1. Evi Liang Says:

    Dear Simon,

    I have been following your blog and really enjoy your input with the children at school and how involved they are in using technology in the classroom. My name is Evi Liang, I’m a digital consultant at Hill & Knowlton, and on behalf of WebbliWorld, wanted to invite you to take part in their blogger relations programme. WebbliWorld, has recently launched a website for children between the ages of 6-11 years old.

    http://www.WebbliWorld.com is a vibrant, interactive and highly animated virtual world for children, designed and developed in association with Aardman animations. A unique proposition, WebbliWorld is both a fun and engaging playground for children to explore and share, as well as a safe and stimulating environment that promotes positive values and empowers children to learn more about the world they live in. We would appreciate your feedback if you feel it does provide a safe online playground for children.

    The website is currently running a competition which ends 31st October and has fun educational games available where you and the children will have the opportunity to win prizes from Puffin Books and WWF. You can also read what the owners, Justine & Camilla have to say about the safety of children online by viewing their blog http://webbliworld.typepad.com. They would love your input and any suggestions you may have.

    Look forward to hearing from you, we are very excited about the opportunities WebbliWorld has to bring to the virtual world for children!

    Kind regards,
    Evi

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