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Visting family: near and far

This collection of interactive and printable resources introduces ways of saying who you are going to visit, and whether places are far or near, with emphasis on core expressions such as 'chi vai a trovare?' and 'vado a trovare ...' It builds on learners' pronunciation skills with drills based on simple exchanges and provides ...


Languages online: Indonesian section 13: visiting family; near and far

This set of interactive activities from the Languages online resource introduces the Indonesian language for visiting family and the terms for near and far. The activities include pronunciation practice, listening and responding, and using the terms for near and far in context. Also featured is a song that models an authentic ...


Revision: pets

This collection of interactive and printable resources revises consolidating vocabulary and language functions to describe pets and discuss locations. It focuses on matching questions and answers, and on mastering the pronunciation and spelling of core vocabulary and expressions. The printable worksheets provide opportunities ...


Sites2See – measurement for primary

Selected links to a range of interactive and print resources for Measurement topics in K-6 Mathematics.


Stopping Distances: animation

Students use this resource consisting of a webpage in which students can vary either the vehicle (car or truck) and the road surface (dry, wet, icy) to explore the effect on stopping distance. This could be used as an introduction to friction.


Distance-time Graphs

Students use this resource consisting of ten slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand how to plot a distance-time graph and understand what it shows. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.



Students use this resource consisting of four slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand that gravity is a force of attraction which acts on Earth towards the centre of the planet, and that the size of the force of gravity depends on the mass of each object and the distance between them. There ...


Yulunga: weet weet

The throwing of the play-stick, commonly called the weet weet (‘wit-wit’) was a popular activity among Aboriginal people in some parts of Australia, and various contests were held. The weet weet was often referred to as the ‘kangaroo rat’, because when thrown correctly its flight resembled the leaping action of this small ...


Using Pythagoras' Theorem (Simulation)

An interactive simulation in which students use Pythagoras' theorem can be used to find distances.


Numeracy wrap: The long and the short

In this resource students measure objects of different length in centimetres and millimetres, order lengths from shortest to longest, convert between millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres.


Measuring Speed (Simulation)

Students use this resource consisting of a webpage with diagrams of three cars that students can vary the speed at which they are travelling. They can calculate the time to travel 3000m and then observe the cars as they travel the distance. This demonstrates how to work out the speed of a moving object and how to make calculations ...


Give me a brake

Investigate braking efficiency of cars and trucks by testing stopping distances under controlled conditions. Test effects of vehicle type, tyres, road surface and weather conditions. Choose driving speed, then apply brakes and compare stopping distances. Estimate distances from target markers. Answer questions about antilock ...