Maker Space Equipment Word Mat

If you are designating a specific “Maker Space” area in the classroom for work on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths) activities, this word mat may be useful. It serves as a useful list of items that might be included in your Maker Space Area. It also...

Making Blog Comments

This display resource aims to educate pupils on how to make comments on a school or class blog so that it becomes an educational tool. It could also be used, of course, to educate pupils on how to interact on any online community, thereby teaching the skills of...

Walkabout Maths 10 – QR Code Maths Trail

The purpose of this resource is to create an active maths/technology lesson where pupils get out of their desks to complete the task. All of the questions on the activity cover a range of different mathematical topics across a range of Strands of the maths curriculum....

Animal Homes QR Codes

We’re doing some work on animal homes at the moment as part of a theme on Houses and Homes. We did lots of work on identifying the names of a variety of animals and the names of the special homes that they live in. As part of a follow-up to those lessons, I created...

Twitter Wall

If you run a class Twitter account, this resource may be of interest to you. It consists of three Twitter speech bubbles on an A4 page. The page could be printed out numerous times to allow pupils to compose Tweets and to display them in the classroom. This could give...

ICT in the Classroom eBulletin – Issue 7

This is the seventh of David Ganly’s ICT in the Classroom eBulletins. David teaches in Donabate Community College and he says that the eBulletin started off as an idea he had to engage and encourage teachers in his school to use ICT in the classroom. After putting the...