If you need some inspirational resources and activities for your maths and science classes in the New Year then here are 10 useful sites which may help you plan engaging maths and science activities for 2016.
A fabulous array of resources for key stages 3, 4 and 5. From posters and displays to Dominoes, loop cards and treasure hunts, there are hundreds of resources to choose from including interactive whiteboard activities.
This site provides a fantastic variety of resources for key stages 3 and 4. The tried and tested science resources, created and shared by teachers, cover everything from building an atom to periodic table games. Includes work sheets, investigations, interactive resources and games.
Covering a range of subjects, you can browse through pages of maths and science resources – from negative numbers and BODMAS to grouping and classifying materials. Includes resources and assessment sheets to cover all primary years, from 1 to 6.
Offering online learning, support and advice, this site provides resources and activities from primary maths through to secondary GCSE. Covers everything from numeracy games and activities to algebra and data handling.
There are lots of useful resources on this site run by teacher, Ross McGill. Although not divided into specific topics, it provide resources applicable to all subjects including useful 5 minute lesson plans designed to reduce planning time and focus on key learning phases within a lesson.
Provided by The Association for Science and Education, this site provides resources for primary and secondary students including activities, SEND resources and practical inspiration for teaching,
Packed with unique, teacher-created planning materials and teaching resources, Twinkl covers all subjects in primary years, including substantial material in maths and science - from early years foundation stage though to key stage 4, including SEN and EAL.
With everything from maths posters to science worksheets, there is something for all students up to year 11. Have fun with chocolate experiments and be inspired with ideas for classroom displays.
One of the most popular teaching resources website in the UK, the TES offers an extensive range of shared teaching resources covering all years’ subjects, including resources for students with special needs. It includes everything from maths and science resources to classroom toolkits and has a vast amount of shared content from other teachers.
This new website provides a host of resources for use with smart boards. Covering all primary ages from 4 through to 11, there are over a thousand high quality, educational resources that can add depth to any primary school maths and science lesson, and can be used on interactive whiteboards, computers or tablets.
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