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
U R What You Eat Video
Healthy Eating animation made by KS2 children from Chilmark & Fonthill Bishop CofE Aided Primary School with support from Artcare http://www.artcare.salisbury.nhs.uk/
Best Friends Video
Bill and Owen are two young boys who have been the best of friends since birth. They explain how they share things, help each other with school work, and make decisions as a pair. Even though they have their differences they always make up in the end.
R.S.P.C.A Activities Interactive
Suite of activities from the R.S.P.C.A to promote caring for animals.
One Planet Future Video
Our One Planet Future resource for primary schools is a great introduction to the history of WWF and our work to safeguard the natural world, tackle climate change and help build a sustainable future. This hugely popular resource offers a range of assembly and activity ideas for students of 4-11. Together with an inspirational film for children, made by children, the pack adds up to a virtual visit by WWF!
Recycle More Download
Saving energy is an important part of protecting the environment and you can do your part by saving energy day to day. In one week, complete as many of the following tasks as possible and help to make a difference. You can use the chart below to record what you are doing to save energy.
Feelings After Anger Video
A child explains how he feels after he has been angry. An animation then explains why we sometimes lose control. When we lived in caves we needed a fast-acting fight or flight response to danger. The thinking brain developed over time to give us more ways to respond to situations. However, sometimes things go wrong and the emotional brain takes over. Children explain how this makes them feel.