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16th March 2012 at 00:00



P1-3 pupils can take a magical mystery tour, travelling around the world with amz1989's geography activity, while upper primary pupils can explore the melting pot of diversity in Britain with a lesson from TheHamilton Trust.


For some Easter-themed maths fun, try bevevans' egg collection activity. Alternatively, you can go digital in your gaming by uniting Mario and maths with a lesson plan from Jan Webb. If games aren't your thing, but you still want to get active in the classroom, try rachoye's "maths hats".


Gigabite's magic key allows you to use key words to stimulate pupils' imaginations, while missuecker mann's lesson on the myths of ancient Greece allows children to step into someone else's shoes and find new ways to communicate.

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