Code Club UK is a nationwide network of volunteers and educators who run free coding clubs for young people aged 9 – 13. Code Club’s projects are easy to follow, with step-by-step guides which help young people learn Scratch, HTML & CSS and Python by making games, animations, and websites. The projects gradually introduce coding… Continue reading Code Club
BBC Bitesize – KS1 Computing Introduction
BBC Bitesize provides a host of primary resources perfect for introducing pupils to programming and computer science. Algorithms, coding, computer bugs, and more, are all covered in these resources in the form of learner guides, which include fun games, activities and videos. Some really useful class clips are also provided at the bottom of the… Continue reading BBC Bitesize – KS1 Computing Introduction
Change4Life Food Detectives Toolkit
Developed by educational experts, the Food Detectives toolkit offers a wide range of fun and engaging activities that can be used within the classroom. The toolkit includes: Lesson plans – made up of starter activities, a main activity and plenary Accompanying PowerPoint presentations Fruit and Veg classroom activity Odd One Out classroom activity Undercover Investigation classroom activity… Continue reading Change4Life Food Detectives Toolkit
Where Mathematics and Art come together! This is a sketch pad which allows you to draw shapes around different lines of symmetry and rotational symmetry. As you draw on one side of the line, a matching image appears on the other side of the line, helping to demonstrate how symmetry works in a fun, creative… Continue reading Symmetry Artist
Bee Bot Ahoy!
Bee Bots – have a look around most primary schools and you might find that you have access to one – they are great as a starting point for teaching control, directional language and programming at KS1. So why not make use of that wonderful resource with this fun and free pirate-themed Bee Bot map from Early Learning… Continue reading Bee Bot Ahoy!