This site contains hundreds
of free lesson plans and other resources. The content is aimed at the American
educational system primary age and above but you may find some of the ideas
A subscription based site
which contains a wealth of resources and links to other sites. However
it is primarily aimed at Keystages 1 and 2
This site is dedicated to
primary education, and has zones for parents and teachers. It is part of
the Schoolsnet education network.
A UK based site aimed at
primary school teachers but it does contain links to some early years information,
including us !!
An American site containing
useful information and interactive communication tools to help busy parents
help their children succeed. Includes quizzes, polls, discussion groups
and articles on parenting and education subjects. Also includes a network
of local school Web sites, with school calendars and community-level info
enabling parent-school connection.
Clickteaching is an online
resource database to support schools and teachers. The site offers a great
range of free worksheets, lesson plans and activity ideas. This UK
based site is written by and for primary teachers.
Can over 600,000 users a
month possibly be wrong, I don't think so. The UK's no.1 education site
(in their own words) has a comprehensive links section which is searchable.
We are listed twice, and get 4 stars once, hurray!!! I don't like the garish
block colours though.
This is the first site I
have visited based in Mauritius, it's amazing how you can just pop around
the world! This site is part of the Upto10 group of sites (see our educational
resources page) and contains over 1,000 links to sites suitable for kids
aged up to 10. Over 5,000 sites have been visited personally by Vish, the
Editor, and the best selected here, a great added feature is that you can
also rate the sites yourself.
A website listing educational
and government links. Edulinks was set up by Stuart Fawbert, a teacher,
to help his colleagues in his Local Education Authority to find relevant
websites more easily. Now it is being used as a shortcut by many more people.
Try it out.
This site is edited by Stuart
Fawcett and contains a wealth of links to other education sites.
An excellent site with hundreds
of links all of which are catergorised into age groups. One of the best
links sites I have visited and particularly good for parents
There are some excellent
resources and information available from this site, but did you know it
also has over 3000 links.
A great American (Chicago,Illinois)
based website run by David Levin, which contains a wealth of links to other
educational sites all reviewed by David and awarded the coveted 'Chilli'
and 'Cool' scores.
A US based educational sites
search engine which also offers free e:mail, web pages and software. I
have visited the site and I have now tried the search engine, and very
good it is.
This site is a part of the
guardian unlimited group of sites which in turn are part of The Guardian
newspaper group. Here you will find a really well organised list
of links, all of which have been reviewed and include the reviewers comments.
Excellent for both teachers and parents.
Another UK site supporting
primary education, this time with photocopiable worksheets for history
(keystage 2). There are some very good free samples which you can download
books for teachers - technology lessonplans and downloadable computer books
Another American site, this
one sells what it says.