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
Levels Of Anger Video
A group of children recognise that they have different levels of anger and that their ability to control their anger depends on how angry they are. The children also identify the physical changes that they notice taking place in their bodies when they get angry.
Are You Eco-Friendly? Interactive
Join the futuristic Environmental Intelligence Unit and help protect the environment! Tackle a series of interactive missions to learn about saving energy, reducing waste and recycling litter.
Food Groups Interactive
Use the food pyramid to sort foods into their food groups. Watch out though there are a few tricky ones, which may surprise you. Remember the foods all have nutrition labels if you need a little help.
Snacks, Snakes And Ladders Interactive
This resource looks at food, nutrition and healthy eating and links to the topic of animals, including humans.
This game is based on the popular game of Snakes and Ladders, but with the difference that when you land on a healthy snack you climb up and when you land on not-so-healthy snack you slide down. Registration required, resources free.
The Mint Interactive
What do you like to do? Go shopping? Watch movies? Play video games? Listen to music? Go out to eat with friends? Give money to people in need? Or maybe someday, would you like to drive your very own car?
To do a lot of things we love, we almost always need to use money. Do you know how to earn money? How much money should you save? Discover the answers now! And play some games along the way to test your money smarts. American site.
Saving Money Video
Abi needs a new guitar but it costs £300. She must do chores around the house for the next few months to earn enough to buy it. She gets paid £1.50 for vacuuming the stairs once a week, while cleaning the bathroom earns her £2. £1.50 is earned for cleaning out the pets, added to her £4 a week pocket money and £6 from a neighbour for babysitting. After a few months of saving up, will she have enough to buy her guitar?