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Site Update: 26th February 2010 February 26, 2010

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Hi everyone. Full details of the 26 new resources added to the main website this week are given here. Thanks to everyone who sent in contributions this time! Find out how you can support the site by clicking this link.

What on Earth February 23, 2010

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What on Earth
is a nationwide project,by the British Science Association and iSpot, to celebrate National Science and Engineering Week 2010. The aim is to get people  to go outside into their parks and gardens and to take photos of the plants and creatures they don’t recognise. In exchange, What on Earth sends each person a packet of seeds specially designed to grow a range of plants that will encourage a greater level of biodiversity (subject to availability), and an information and education pack.

Sport Relief February 22, 2010

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As well as fundraising resources, the Sport Relief teachers section includes cross-curricular lesson plans, interactive resources, assembly ideas  and a collection of activities for foundation stage children. Sport Relief 2010 runs from the 19th to 21st March this year so there’s still time to send off for a free primary schools kit.

Site Update: 12th February 2010 February 12, 2010

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Hi everyone, Just a small pre-half term update this week with 19 new resources added to the main website. You can see full details (and links) here. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send in contributions! Find out how you can support the site by clicking this link.

Sing Up February 9, 2010

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The Sing Up project resources have been designed support the use of singing as a cross-curricular tool. The site features a large library of songs, a bank of lesson plans linked to different subjects and a collection of general hints, tips and tools to improve your students’ singing skills.

Doorway Online February 8, 2010

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Doorway Online is a suite of free learning activities provided by the Scottish Borders Council. Designed for independent use, each exercise has range of accessibility and difficulty options. Topics covered  include time, money, counting to 10, first words and first sounds.

Site Update: 5th February 2010 February 5, 2010

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There are 30 new resources in the update this week. Thanks to everyone who contributed. We can’t include every file we receive but we really do appreciate every one that is sent in for inclusion. A list of all the files added to the site is given here.

A History of the World February 5, 2010

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This site, from the British Museum and the BBC, attempts to show the history of the world through the objects that humans have made. You can view the artefacts by navigating using a timeline or browse them by location, theme, culture, size, colour or material  The resource is linked to various BBC radio and television programmes, features objects from museums all over the country (as well as public contributions) and the site includes a collection of support material for  the primary school use.

2,500 contributors…. and counting… February 4, 2010

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It’s been a while since I last did one of these (or indeed these)…

Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to contribute to Primary Resources over the past eleven years. Your material has helped teachers across and the UK and all over the world. Please keep the resources coming (and I’ll keep on adding them!)

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Career Awareness Resources February 4, 2010

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Tony Crowley has adapted his excellent secondary school career awareness resources to make them useful in a primary school setting. The materials, which are illustrated, teach about the world of work through games, group activities, quizzes, questionnaires and worksheets. Because of the size of the files, they’ve been made available through the social publishing website Scribd.

Click on the links below to view each of the files. You’ll need to register with the Scribd to download the files (which is free).