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Fractions App – Math Learning Center

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Fractions is a free app for iPads and for Chrome books. It can also be simply used on the web; providing a whiteboard tool which lets teachers and students model fractions in a really interesting way – teaching students fractions visually.

“Fractions lets students use a bar ...

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Superheroes

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SuperheroesKey Stage 2 Complete is hosting a set of Superhero Resources.  The first one is a SMART Notebook file to support the first lesson in a Superheroes series of maths lessons focusing on working systematically.  The original plan can be found here.

The same teacher has shared a plan for a cross-curricular unit ...

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Toys Timelines

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Toys TimelinesToys timelines give a clear picture of how toys have developed over the years and are very useful when undertaking a Toys from the Past topic in class. Here are a few that are on offer online:

Brighton Museum offers a brief but long overview of the history of toys timeline starting back from Egyptian times but it is very ...

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Project Noah

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Project NoahProject Noah stands for Networked Organisms and Habitats. It’s a tool that anyone can use to explore and create a record of local wildlife around their school. Scientists are then able to call on that information, if it will help them in their research.

 “How do you use Project Noah in your classroom?

Hundreds of educators are using Project Noah right now to help solve real-world problems and ...

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Toys of the Past – Key Stage One

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toys of the pastToys of the past for KS1 is a very popular topic which has lots of resources shared and available for use. The Bedford Museum has a whole website section devoted to toys of the past which is well worth a visit of you are doing the topic.

The scheme of work provides ideas for six lessons ...

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