Ideas for Teaching & Learning
Creative writing is such a joy to teach, but as a pupil, a blank page can be intimidating. Start them off with one of our good story starters for KS2.
It’s not always easy to create excitement around maths, but with these fun outdoor maths activities, it’s a cinch! Try them out today.
Celebrate a different culture and tradition with your class using these 5 simple Chinese New Year teaching ideas perfect for KS1 or KS2.
Spice up your phonics lessons by going into the big wide world! We’ve come up with 5 activities you can use to teach phonics outdoors.
LEGO ® has been a firm favourite with kids and big kids since the 1930s. Why not use LEGO ® in the classroom to improve literacy skills?
Just picking up a pen and writing is difficult for the best of us. Use these 13 story starters to get your KS1’s creative juices flowing!
If you’re setting home learning activities, why not set them some life skills activities?
Children as young as six can have maths anxiety. How can taking maths outdoors help and what activities can you do? We’ve got 6 ideas to help you!
Whether it’s World Book Day or not, try this engaging English lesson activity to ignite pupils’ imaginative description of a character.
Practice the 10 times tables with this fun and engaging worksheet. Download the How Many Toes? multiplication sheet and let the fun ensue!
Get your pupils excited about addition, subtraction and division! No really. Run a competition using this worksheet to explore number bonds up to 100.
If you’re attempting fractions with KS1, we have collated some ideas to spice up your maths lessons. Teaching fractions doesn’t have to be boring!