Loads and loads of printable maths worksheets, including fractions; decimals; telling the time; etc. Really good website.
Includes worksheets and printable games for maths and literacy. 2. There is a quick certificate maker which is excellent and can be adapted to suit any situation. 3. Includes a handwriting worksheet which can be completely personalised with any word choice. ‘Dotted Font’ is probably the best font to use.
parents/search A search tool for finding games / worksheets / printable material for a variety of age groups and subjects (only searches the BBC).
This website has a large variety of activities / worksheets / games for all subjects. You can narrow your ‘search’ by choosing an age range.
Games and worksheets for telling the time. This is actually a ‘free taster’ site but the games and worksheets are still worth using.
Quite a few interactive games / puzzles / worksheets on numbers, reading and writing. Pretty good stuff.
An excellent package that allows you to create your own revision ‘mind map’ (under ‘revision maps’). Be careful of any of the other subject information on this part of ‘bite size’ as it is for English schools.
A new part of the SQA website which has past papers for most subjects at all levels (only from 2007 onwards).
Revision planners in monthly and weekly formats. Tips on memory skills. Guides to help with revision. 10 steps to revision success.
The best free paper craft activities ever. There is a huge selection of printable projects from cards for all occasions to buildings from all over the world.
A really good selection of printable worksheets and craft activities. Just watch the spelling as it is an American site.
Make your own maths worksheets. Massive choice – you even get answer sheets. Fantastic site.