Kahoot!

It’s been a while since my last post! But I’m back with a recommendation you really must try! Kahoot is a free site which allows teachers to run a quiz on a large screen, while children use their own devices individually or in teams to respond (think the old voting systems that cost thousands, a […]

App Review – 30Hands (a simple multimedia presentation tool)

When I discovered 30 hands via Twitter this week, I felt like Christmas had arrived! I had planned for children to show their understanding of the first chapter of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by creating a virtual tour of Charlie’s home from his point of view. So far, we have created things […]

App Review – Coding Apps: Kodable

With the new National Curriculum, complete with its new ‘Computing’ subject, looming closer, schools are thinking more and more about how they are going to deliver this aspect. With the arrival of some quality coding apps, I have no worries, as the apps available will complement our existing control resource beautifully, and Kodable is just […]