123HUB’s Featured Resource Themes for January!

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Announcing Myths and Legends and Maths Number as the 123HUB’s featured resource themes for January!

Myths and Legendsmyth. This month’s primary featured theme is Myths and Legends and we have 45 fantastic websites on offer. They explore numerous myths and legends from around the World, including: Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Norse, Native American Indian, Maori and more. The wide-ranging resources comprise of a mixture of information, stories, audio and video clips, each of which will effectively support Literacy and History topics.

maths-clipart-bcypz8LMiMaths Number. We have also got a growing amount of Maths resources on the 123HUB and this month, would also like to draw your attention to our great Maths Number sites. We have 50 super websites for KS1 and KS2 children. The resources cover: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, ordinal number, sequences and patterns, problem solving and much more.

We include many links to: research, planning and teaching resources from around the world – which collectively should hopefully satisfy the requirements of any related creative curriculum, or classroom topic.

If you haven’t checked out the 123HUB yet:

The 123HUB is designed to assist teachers in finding quality on-line resources via a simple 1 – 2 – 3 search. Our aim is to take the effort and guesswork out of finding the best online resources that are available for teachers. It is envisaged that the 123HUB will grow to include thousands of educational websites. Rest assured that, each of the sites that we include, will have been carefully reviewed and rated according to their relevance to the new Primary Curriculum. You can trust in the quality of the sites published as they have been evaluated by members of our team, who are also qualified teachers.

123HUB is FREE for teachers and by registering; you can create your own planner and save useful sites for further reference. Registered teachers can also recommend their favourite websites for inclusion.

Why not check out the 123HUB – at: – now and take advantage of our exciting new resources for teachers?