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
Cycle Helmets, Car Seats Power Point
Learn how to wear a cycle helmet and how using a child car seat keeps you safe.
Street Smart Quiz 2 Interactive
How much do you know about road safety and keeping safe? Try the next version of the Street Smart Quiz! This game combines information from the Be Safe, Be Seen and Safer Travel programmes. (Ages 7-11)
How To Keep A Friendship Video
Megan and Jess are friends. Megan puts clips in her friend's hair and they laugh at the feather boas they put on. At school they try out for the relay team. Jess is the faster runner but she slows down to let her friend win. They are both selected for the school team and during the main race, Jess finally runs her fastest and beats Megan. Jess becomes popular with her classmates, which makes Megan unsure about how to handle her friend’s popularity as her mother is always pushing her to be the best.
Good And Bad Food Choices Video
A young boy learns about the negative impact of bad food choices. The main character, Tommy, is given money by his mum to buy a piece of fruit after school. He listens to his friends and goes to the chip shop instead. He then disappears into an alien world, where he is taught about the negative impact of bad food choices. Animation.
Road Ready? Video
In this film, CITV presenter, Sam Homewood, encourages children to be ‘road ready’ and be safe on the road.
Healthy Food For Kids Text
Imagine if your body was a fancy sports car. What kind of fuel would you put in it? Would you give it the best fuel you could buy or whatever was around? Your body actually is a little like a sports car. When you give your body good food every day, you have energy to grow and play. You get sick less often. You grow and become strong. If you give your body poor fuel, it won’t work as well. You might have less energy or get sick more often.