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
Un-muddle The Meals Interactive
Find out how meals are made from ingredients, from different food groups, and how you can eat a balanced diet.
Street Smart Quiz 1 Interactive
Put your road safety knowledge to the test with the Street Smart Quiz! and find out how much you know about keeping safe on or near the roads, during the day or at night! You can play by yourself or with a friend.
Healthy Food And Exercise Quiz
Healthy food and exercise involves a balanced diet and keeping fit. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly helps us to keep healthy. Do you know the difference between proteins, carbohydrates and fibres? Which food groups are good for us, and which should we watch our intake of? This quiz tests your knowledge of healthy eating and exercise.
Muscles Needed For Movement Video
Skeletons can be remarkably flexible but muscles are needed to move them. Various sports competitors and athletes are seen in action using their muscles. Muscles are used every time we move.
Get Set Interactive
Get Set is the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association’s youth engagement programme. Explore our flexible, cross-curricular, participatory and accessible resources which are packed full of lesson ideas, whole school activities, assemblies, athlete stories, films and images. Registration required but resources are free.
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!