Links to free to use PSHE interactive resources, games, lesson plans, quizzes and printable activities, covering, Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years. Teachers and parents, use the activities in school or at home with your children.
Here are 6 random links from this subject
Rodd’s Bad Day Video
Presenter Rodd helps us learn how lack of sleep affects how our brain works. Rodd is usually very organised but he is staying up too late playing computer games. The children help him realise how badly he is affected by the lack of sleep through playing a memory game. Rodd then goes off for a good night's sleep and returns bright and cheery with a tidy house. He plays another memory game and is able to remember things much more clearly.
Experiencing Racism Video
A brother and sister talk about their experiences of racism and how having a different skin colour makes them feel. They show pictures they have drawn to highlight how racism makes them feel. They share their opinions about why they think people are racist and offer advice on what to do if you see someone being racist.
Your World, My World Lesson Plan
Children love learning from other children! This resource helps pupils to explore their own lives - and the world around them - by looking at the lives of four children from around the world. The stories of children from Ethiopia, Brazil, Russia, and India, allow discussion of themes such as 'myself', 'helping out', and 'caring and sharing'.
The Full Warren Story
Do you realize all of us need help sometimes? There will be times where you will be the best person to help others, like the rabbit was during the floodings. What do you think you should do in such situations? Picture story.
Fireworks Safety Quiz
Fireworks are great fun, but they can also be dangerous. Learn about being safe around fireworks with this matching activity.
Where Do My Meals Come From? Interactive
Use your food knowledge to match the food you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner with where it originally came from. For example, porridge is made from oats.