A quiz game where you have to select the correct country from a highlighted map. This quiz contains 47 questions, each with a highlighted map and four choices.
This could be used as a lesson starter or as a game to play during a geography or map lesson.
All the questions are randomly ordered, so whenever you play the questions will be in a new random order, and if you answer all the questions they will repeat in a new random order.
This quiz is made within powerpoint and will automatically open in presentation mode, you can press the escape (ESC) key at any point to escape the app. When you open the powerpoint it will ask you to enable macros.
This package also contains a image for every highlighted country and a blank map. These could be used to create your own worksheets or as a colouring activity.
Europe Country Map Quiz.ppsm
The powerpoint quiz
A zip folder containing all the images from the quiz, and a unhighlighted map.
Microsoft Powerpoint with macros enabled
This reading comprehension contains an information sheet that covers the life of Alan Turing. This includes the technological advancements, his struggle with homophobia, and his accomplishments during WWII.
There is also a question sheet to help retain the information and practice reading comprehension techniques and skills. There is an answer sheet included to aid the teacher during the marking process.
A presentation explaining what the Caesar Cipher is, as well as definitions for encryptions and cryptography, and an activity to create cipher dials and encoded messages. Also, a word search with encrypted answers - so the children have to first decrypt the words then find them in the word search.
This would work great as a small activity or in addition to a unit of work. It offers a way to add a fun activity to get children engaged in what could be an otherwise boring subject.
The Caesar Cipher.pptx
The presentation to be used to explain the Caesar Cipher and introduce the activity.
Caesar Cipher Dials.docx
A word document with the dials, ready for printing.
Caesar Dipher Dials.png
A image of the two dials, for editing or wall displays.
Caesar Cipher Word Search.docx
The word search for the children to work out and find the answers.
Caesar Cipher Word Search - Answers.docx
The answers to the word search (including the decrypted words and locations).
Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Powerpoint)
This resource contains a powerpoint that explain how websites and web servers work online. It explains how domain names work, how the domain suffix can change the website. It also covers what a web server is and how websites are sent to your computer when you browse the internet.
The powerpoint contains animations to easily explain the concepts as well as a small video showing that a web browser is not required to retrieve a website. There is also plenty of notes in the presentation to aid the teacher’s understanding and answer any follow-up questions.
There is also a worksheet, with an answer sheet, to further retain the information from the powerpoint.
Track the children’s reading targets and accomplishments with ease.
This resource contains a excel spreadsheet that is formatted and fitted with formulas to aid with tracking children’s reading targets and accomplishments.
There is one sheet to enter each child’s names, the current book they’re reading and the targets/accomplishments for everyday in a week.
There is another sheet that counts the number of times they achieve their targets that week. There is also another sheet that explains how to use the spreadsheet.
This resource contains two powerpoints. One goes through how computers have changed over time, from the humble abacus to modern day gaming computers. The other covers some influential people in computer, such as Alan Turing, Charles Babbage, Ada Lovelace and Sir Tim Berners Lee.
There is also a worksheet to allow the students to design what they think computers will look like in the future and what they will do. There is also a wall display showing the progression of computers throughout history on a timeline.
A presentation that goes over the basic components of a computer (mouse, keyboard, screen, etc) and how to identify them on other devices.
Another presentation and activity/quiz to identify Input Output (IO) devices. It contains instructions, a sign for the children to hold up as well as a presentation quiz.
Using this resource your kids will learn what computers are, how to identify them in the home and at a workplace as well as different ways to use them how to learn. There are plenty of interactive and discussion sections in these powerpoints to keep the kids engaged and learning.
This resource contains two powerpoints, a worksheet with answers, as well as a crossword with answers.
This tool allows you to generate random fraction based questions in different categories: simplification, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This questions can either be answered and marked automatically within the application (with all the workings out) or you download the questions and answers into worksheets that can be given to the students.
This application is created using web technologies, which means in opens within a browser. All the files included in this package must be kept together, otherwise the application will not work correctly. To open the application simply double click on the ‘index.html’ file or right click it and open it within a browser (Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc).
To download the question and answer sheets simply generate the desired questions and print the web page (CTRL+P) and choose ‘save as pdf’. This will be the question sheet. Then press the ‘mark answers’ buttons and download a pdf again (CTRL+P and choose ‘save as pdf’) this will be the answer sheet. All the buttons and tick/cross will be removed when printing.
This pack contains a solar system interactive app that allows you to explore the galaxy and learn about all the planets, Pluto, the Sun, the Moon, the Mars Rover, and more.
This pack also contains a couple of small activities, a maze and word scrambles. It also includes a worksheet. These all include the questions and answers sheet to make the marking easier.
There is also a quiz application which contains 55 questions. These questions are shown in a random order, so it can be different each time you run it.
This gives you a bunch of information and fun activities to help teach and learn about the planets and our solar system.
Allow your children’s imagination run wild when they design their own website using pen and paper (or paints if you don’t mind the mess). This doesn’t require any coding knowledge or any use of computers.
This package contains a powerpoint that explains briefing how to design a website and looks at a few other websites and their structure. It also contains a worksheet to help the kids in designing their own website by answering some questions and drawing some pictures.
This resource covers the basics of Microsoft Word and how to use it create a story. It contains information about how to change the styling of text as well as help on how to come up with a story idea and plan out its plot.
A pack containing 14 different maths worksheet all with accompanying answer sheets. Covering topics such as: addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, long division, order of operations, remainders, etc.
This pack contains worksheets that involved solving a maths equation grid. Imagine sudoku mixed with number machines. The children have to work out which numbers go into the blank areas to solve the equations on each side.
A collection of word searches and cross word puzzles for Key Stage 1 children spanning a range of subjects.
Each file contains 2 word searches
Birds and Insects
Countries, Oceans and Continents
Foodchains and Habitats
Mammal and Reptiles
Each file contains 1 crossword
This resource will help teach your kids:
- How to stay safe online
- What is personal information, and how to protect it
- Why you need strong passwords and how to create one
- How passwords are cracked/brute forced
- An explanation of catfishing
- Suspicious links and programs
- What to do if they feel unsafe online
This pack contains the powerpoint, with notes, as well as a worksheet to further retain the learned information, with an answer sheet.
The four basic operations consist of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. These teaching resources contains a presentation explaining the basic operation with animated examples, an excel spreadsheet with randomly generated questions and automated marking that could be used as a lesson starter, and question and answer sheets with over 200 questions.
The Four Basic Operations.pptx
A power point explaining each of the four basic operations with animated examples and questions.
The Four Basic Operations - Random Questions.xlsm
An excel spreadsheet (with macros) that randomly generates a question using one of the four basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) and will show a smiley face or an unhappy face if the answer is correct or incorrect.
This could be used as a starter for a lesson, or as a quick activity/refresher.
The Four Basic Operations - Question Sheets.docx
A word document containing questions and answer boxes, one page for each operation. This contains over 200 questions. The pages/questions could be chopped up, or split apart and given as lesson tasks or homework.
The Four Basic Operations - Answer Sheets.docx
The accompanying answer sheet for the 200+ questions.
Microsoft Office Suite (Words, Power point and Excel)
An introduction into computer games. What are they, what goes into making them, and what features do games have?
This includes a powerpoint/slideshow going through the basics of computer games, a worksheet (with answers) based on that powerpoint. There is also an additional activity that helps students break down a video game and think about what elements and work went into creating that game.
A gentle introduction to algorithms. What are they, how do we use them everyday, and how can we identify them?
A powerpoint/slideshow that explains the basics of what an algorithm is without going too in depth or technical. Also included is a worksheet with both quantitative and qualitative questions about identifying and explaining algorithms and their purpose.