After school today I presented a short session for a group of LOTE teachers. I provided the teachers with online interactive links so that they could access interactive websites and or download pre-made SMART Notebook documents. Of particular interest for French and Spanish teachers (regardless of the smart board brand that they use) is a website called Crickweb. Language teachers can access (a) Crickweb French (b) Crickweb Spanish . Crickweb also has a wealth of resources […]
This site is great for Kindergarten students. Let the bloople’s help you learn your colours interactively on your smartboard. Image came from Heathers Animations.
Triple Zero Kids Challenge is an interactive online site which enables students to learn about getting help by playing games and solving mysteries. They’ll learn about safety messages and hear what happens when you call Triple Zero. Along the way they will meet the “Zeros” as they are guided step by step through the game. You can even view the site in a range of languages. This is a fantastic […]
This is an old site created by Bedfordeshire City Council Schools (2005). However, it contains free SMART Notebook documents and some Promethean flip charts. They are a good base to work with, to modify and add to as you need. There are SMART Notebooks for teaching literacy, science, history, art, numeracy, geography, languages and music. http://www.schools.bedfordshire.gov.uk/NGFL/IWB/resources.html
Digital Dialects (created by Graig Gibson) features free to use online games for learning languages. Language learning resources include games for learning phrases, numbers, useful words, spelling and the alphabet. Another brilliant site!