The following documents provide information on using iPads in the classroom and information about some of the better apps for student use.
iPads Education Apps Resource List Term 1 2014 – a list of the more appropriate apps that cover a range of learning activities that can be conducted in the classroom.
iPad Inquiry Based Learning Lesson Booklet – a huge range of lesson ideas using the iPads in the classroom.
The following websites provide many resources including worksheets, presentations and other items to help support your teaching programme. If you know of other useful sites, we can include them here.
Primary Resources – Covers all learning areas (K-7) – UK based – lots of powerpoints and worksheets,
Pete’s Powerpoint Station – Covers all learning areas with a wide range of powerpoint presentations available for immediate use. Also very useful if you are using the Keepad technology.
Mental Arithmetic – Free printable mental worksheets covering a wide range of concepts including tables – suitable for all year levels.
English for Everyone – free printable worksheets with answer keys covering a wide range of reading and grammar concepts across all year levels
abcteach – many free resources including worksheets, presentations, interactive activities across all learning areas and a range of year levels.
Superteacher Worksheets – a number of free worksheets for literacy and numeracy across all year levels. For full access you need to become a full member.
Dolch Sight Words – Printable flash cards, downloadable powerpoint presentations covering an extensive list of words.
Freeclubweb – Lots of useful powerpoints and interactive games and other free stuff.
Get Smart – A website covering a range of learning areas with heaps of resources covering all year levels – this is really good!
Interactive Websites – This is another really good website that has collected together a wide range of links to other websites and their resources – covers a wide range of learning areas and year levels. Definitely worth a look also.
Math Antics – A really good website that contains video lessons on numerous maths concepts. Suitable for a range of ages, the video lessons are super easy to follow and will benefit all children – and add to your lesson planning.