FREEBIE Resource Clock faces at Hourly intervals



Just a quick free resource we created you can download right now...

TEACH TIME⏳ - , BUILD TESTS or copy and paste into ANYTHING YOU WANT with this FREE set of super high quality, 300 DPI, 8 inch clock faces. At 290 images, you’ll never have to search for that exact clip art again. **THESE ARE LICENSED FOR FULL COMMERCIAL USE

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⭐ Clock Face / Time Clip Art (5 Minute Intervals) 290 Graphics for commercial use

These 290 IMAGES are spaced at 5-minute intervals covering all 12 hours. We have also included a blank clock that you can customize yourself. These were professionally designed for quality and size, so you can blow them up to a full-sized PowerPoint with no pixilation and no loss in quality.

Free thinking hats posters for your classroom

Edward DeBono's Six Thinking Hats is a time-tested, proven and practical thinking tool. It provides a framework to help people think clearly and thoroughly by directing their thinking attention in one direction at a time.

These set of seven posters based on DeBono's Thinking Hats will make it simple for students to follow the process and solve problems in a logical and structured manner.

It works like this; white hat facts, green hat creativity, yellow hat benefits, black cautions, red hat feelings, and blue hat process.

It's a simple mental metaphor. Hats are easy to put on and to take off. Each hat is a different color which signals the thinking process . In a group setting each member thinks using the same thinking hat, at the same time, on the same thinking challenge—we call this focused parallel thinking--a tool that facilitates creativity and collaboration. It enables each person's unique point of view to be included and considered. Argument and endless discussion become a thing of the past. Thinking becomes more thorough.

Download the 6 Thinking Hats Posters Here

*Please note all of our posters are originally designed using high resolution images and fonts at A3 paper size.

Be aware it will be automatically resized to your default paper size when using Adobe Acrobat Reader without any loss of quality. If you would like to print these documents at larger sizes you can read the Adobe Resize & Scaling FAQ here.

We recommend laminating them for best results.

Finally if you would like to purchase a completely editable version of this document to alter without any restrictions you can purchase it for $10.00 simply by emailing us.


Acing Math (One Deck At A Time!)is a collection of math games ranging from Kindergarten to the upper elementary grades, using only an ordinary deck of playing cards.  There are games covering addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percents, decimals, patterns, positive and negative integers, as well as many others. 

A very wise old maths teacher who once taught me said that "You can teach every aspect of maths with a pack of cards" and this e-Book goes a long way to supporting that statement.

Download the free e-Book here.

14 Smart Tips for Using iPads in Class

For schools that are about to deploy the iPad as their main mobile learning device, there’s wisdom to be learned from others who’ve gone down that road. At Marin Country Day School in Corte Madera, Calif., the first year of a pilot iPad program for sixth-graders has just ended, and some clear lessons have emerged. Here are some tips to help smooth the transition.

  1. START CLASS WITH GOOD HABITS. Start out the day with a learning challenge like Google a Day to get students using and searching the iPad in a productive manner, instead of coming in to homeroom, advisory, or classroom and going into their own applications or searches.
  2. ASK KIDS FOR HELP. Don’t hesitate to lean on kids for tech support and assistance. Tapping a student to come up with a way to fix a problem with the iPad is a great way to empower students, and gives them a sense of ownership.

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The Biggest Collection of Olympic Resources for Teachers and Students

With only one day until the London 2012 Olympics teachers and students are trawling the web for quality teaching resources about the games.

The Official London 2012 site has an amazing collection of resources for all age groups and learners and should be a stopping point for everyone over the next 2 weeks looking for Olympic ideas.

Check it out here.

How To Write Your First Book In iBooks Author

If you have ever wanted to write a book and get it published, Apple’s latest— and possibly game changing software–iBooks Author might very well be the easiest and fastest way to get it done.

Apple recently introduced iBooks Author in a live presentation at the Guggenheim in New York. The software is aimed at textbook writers and publishers, but it can just as well be used for producing cookbooks, picture books, interactive fiction novels, how-to books, and the like.

iBooks Author looks to be the first consumer-based e-Pub software designed for multimedia books.


Feature Overview

E-books designed with iBooks Author are basically geared to be read on the iPad platform using the recently updated iBooks 2 reader app. iBooks Author books can however be exported to PDF format, and to plain text format—excluding the embedded images and other media.

ibooks author

If you’re familiar with Apple’s desktop publishing application, Pages, you’ll feel at home with iBooks Author. Both programs share a similar interface, including text editor formatting tools and page layouts, and the familiar drop and add multimedia features.

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Olympic Learning Countdown: Olympic Quizzes for Students

With less than a week to go until the greatest show on earth in London, you might want to see what you kids know about Olympic facts, stats and history. 

I have found a few student based quizzes and trivia that you might want to do with your kids to get them in the Olympic spirit.

Funtrivia has a massive collection of different Olympic Trivia challenges.  There is something here for everyone.

Kidzworld has a great 10 question multiple choice quiz with pictures that you could do on your interactive white board.  It's pretty basic but would still challenge most elementary / primary students.

Ken's Quiz site has a great collection of different Olympic quizzes.  Many of them are visual in design looking at different flags for example.

For the diehards ther is the official London 2012 site with a multitude of quizzes for kids through to geniuses.  The great thing about this is that all the resources are very high quality and ready to go at the drop of a hat.

Lesson Plan: Writing a Diamante Poem

This handout is a great tool for teaching kids how to write a Diamante Poem.  Diamante poems are a great way to teach student about Synonyms and Antonyms and have a bit of fun in the process.  This lesson plan is suitable for students from years 3 - 10 and will easily fill one literacy session. 

You can download my handout here and also learn more about Diamante Poems at here.