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A Google a Day: Efficient searching.

There is a great website called, helpfully,  You will be asked for your Google+ log in but even if you don’t have one, you can still play the basic game.  Each day there is a new question and you are timed to see how fast you can get the right answer using Google. If  Full Article…



Ideas for using this in the classroom…. Ask pupils to rewrite a story they are studying for a much younger age  group, using rewordify to help. Use rewordify in English Language lessons. Let the slower readers use rewordify to save them having to use a dictionary Have a competition between groups to simplify a piece  Full Article…


Singing Fingers – lets you finger paint with sound!

Another fun-classic from Eric Rosenbaum and Jay Silver.  Have been driving my family nuts over the weekend painting music with Singing Fingers (well, I think it sounds musical!).  This could be the answer to teaching reluctant primary pupils the basics of composition.  And if it doesn’t – who cares?? It’s a fabulous exploration of synthesis  Full Article…