Switch the animals' heads, legs, and tails to make your own new creatures! Switch Zoo has 142 natural species in nine habitats. Click on the picture.
Use code to join Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You will create snowflakes and patterns as you ice-skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends! Click on the picture.
Click on the picture to try the Tate Paint Artwork tasks.
Click on the picture to try the Dance Party 2019 Coding Task.
Budd-e is an online game that helps you understand how to be safe and secure while you browse the internet. Click on the picture to give it a go!
Lightbot is a game that asks players to use programming logic to solve puzzles! Gain a practical understanding of basic coding concepts by guiding Lightbot to light up all the blue tiles in each level. Learn how to sequence instructions, write procedures, and utilise loops along the way in this self-guided activity. Great for all ages and all skill levels.
Click on the Minecraft picture to go to the download page for Minecraft: Education Edition. Once it has downloaded and installed you will need your school username which will be in the format of firstname.lastname@example.org and the password provided by your teacher.
Interland is an online game that helps us learn how to stay safe while using the internet. Click on the picture below:
Superhex.io is a fun game where you play as a snake who has to take as much area (in hexagons) as they can. Click on the picture below:
Dots and Boxes is a classic strategy game that allows you to play against a friend or computer. Click on the picture below:
Scratch is a website that helps you learn to Code and make some of your own games. Click on the picture to try out some of the games other kids have made.
Weave silk is a great website which let's you create some fantastic looking silk art work. Click on the picture to try it out!