Here is a spot for good ideas as you come across them.

1. Wallwisher Wallwisher is an online notice board maker. Discussing a new idea? Taking notes? Giving feedback? Voicing opinion? Wishing a happy birthday? Double click on an empty space to create your sticky note. Allanah


2. This Crayola site has been around for a while, but my five year olds love using it especially as an activity on our class blog.


Cherryl Eden.

3. This website is a fantastic one for Maths - learning Mult/Div tables and Add/Sub basic facts with quick recall. It also has a fun way to learn quick typing and fast spelling skills with a spelling section! The most exciting part for students is they can rate themselves and compete with students in our class/ school, but especially exciting that they get to compete against other students worldwide in real time. Students love having this task for independent Maths tasks and for homelearning (so do the parents who also play!) Watch out it is VERY addictive!


Bec Nixey


This website is an endless treasure trove of fabulous ideas for nerdy teachers who like techy tricks. You can subscribe to the weekly emails - however it does have LOTS of good ideas!

Bec Nixey


This is a fantastic site to search to loads of interactive activities in every curriculum area, great for smartboard users. It also has some great ideas to use in the classroom. It's British but well worth a visit.

Denise Lee