That’s exactly why we wanted to let you know all about the tablet-friendly shiny content we’ve recently added to or upgraded on EducationCity.

All the new or updated content appears in the English and Maths modules and includes Learn Screens and Activities.

All you need to do to find the new content is type the ID numbers into Search – simple!

**Right, let’s take a look at what’s new…**

**NEW Activities and Learn Screens**

Now we’re about to tell you more about the new Activities and Learn Screens that have been added to or upgraded on EducationCity…

**Activities**

**English**

**Key Stage 1**

**Flies in the Pies: #33474** – Learn the long ‘i’ sound spelled ‘ie’.

**Get Out of Hare: #33454** – Practise spelling phonemes with alternative spellings. Phonemes covered: /k/, /h/, /f/, /j/, /m/, /n/, /ng/, /r/, /s/, /sh/, /v/, /w/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/

**Hare We Go: #33455** – Practise spelling phonemes with alternative spellings. Phonemes covered: /ai/, /ee/, /igh/, /ou/, /oo/, /ar/, /or/, /ur/, /ow/, /oi/, /ear/, /air/, /ure/, /er/, /zh/

**Well, Rhi-not?: #33055** – To spell suffixes and use them correctly in a sentence.

**Lower Key Stage 2**

**Tomb Reader: #33022** – Respond to a variety of themed non-fiction texts by answering questions.

**Upper Key Stage 2**

**Bad Hair Day: #33035** – Understand that homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings. Recognise near-homophones and words that are often confused.

**Gorgon in 60 Seconds: #33034** – Understand that homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings. Recognise near-homophones and words that are often confused.

**Homophone Hero: #33033** – Understand that homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have different spellings and meanings. Recognise near-homophones and words that are often confused.

**Sundae Drivers: #32820** – Read and understand the meaning of words with prefixes and suffixes.

**Maths**

**EYFS**

**Swift Shop: #33048** – Recognise different coins. Solve simple problems involving money up to 10p.

**Key Stage 1**

**Animal Standards: #32649** – Read scales and select appropriate units of measure for length, mass, temperature and capacity.

**Lower Key Stage 2**

**Till we meet again: #33024** – Solve word problems in pounds and pence, including giving change.

**Above and Beyond: #33198** – Complete number and practical problems involving place value and temperature.

**Speed Between the Lines: #32947** – Identify horizontal and vertical lines and pairs of perpendicular and parallel lines.

**Starship Enter Price: #33045** – Giving change using British coins and notes.

**IV the Win: #32648** – Reading Roman numerals up to 100 (I to C).

**Over and Under: #32318** – Count up and down in hundredths and use a number line in relation to tenths and hundredths. Compare tenths and hundredths using < and >.

**Sketch Show: #33269** – Plot specified coordinates in the first quadrant. Then use prior knowledge of rectangles and squares to determine the coordinates of the missing corners, in order to draw each shape.

**Perimeter Park: #33205** – Calculate the perimeter of both rectangles and squares, joined together to create rectilinear figures. Using facts about squares and rectangles to identify missing lengths.

**Upper Key Stage 2**

**Lofty Conversions: #33343** – Find equivalent percentages, fractions and decimals.

**Undercover Sten: #33103** – Multiply and divide integers and decimals by powers of 10.

**Wildlife Rounding: #33268** – Select the best estimation calculation to check answers.

**Time Drifts By: #33300** – Solve written word problems by converting units of time.

**Snowman Rounding: #33337** – Round decimals to the nearest whole number or to the nearest tenth.

**Making a Splash: #33331** – Reading Roman numerals up to 100 (I to C).

**Off the Scale: #33303** – Compare two units of measurement and approximate which is greater.

**Roll and Move: #33340** – Position decimals with up to three places on a number line.

**Secret Agent Sten: #33102** – Rapid recall of number facts and use known facts to derive unknown facts.

**Our Sten Powers: #33195** – Recognise square and cube numbers up to 12.

**Advantage Sten: #33199** – Solve problems involving numbers up to three decimal places.

**All the Fashion: #33346** – Solve real life problems requiring the ability to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

**Below Zero: #33124** – Solve problems involving negative numbers.

**Destination Unknown: #33203** – Substitute values into an equation in order to determine which combinations of variables allow the equation to be true.

**Factor or Fiction: #32311** – Explore factors and common factors of two numbers.

**Floating Fractions: #33334** – Add and subtract simple fractions.

**Formula for Success: #33309** – Practise applying the relevant formula to find the area of simple 2-D shapes with given dimensions.

**Into the Unknown: #33202** – Use reasoning and investigative thinking to find true values for variables in equations with two unknowns. Includes using algebraic reasoning to solve problems in context.

**Area Adventure: #33349** – Find the area of rectangles and squares to compare their size.

**Puzzle Arena: #33204** – Compare shapes with the same/different perimeters and areas.

**Time to Reflect: #33201** – Translate simple shapes across all 4 quadrants of the coordinate plane and reflect shapes in a mirror line, parallel to the coordinate axis.

**Learn Screens**

**English**

**Lower Key Stage 2**

**Are you my Mummy?: #33079** – Learn to write an information text thinking about organisational devices.

**Upper Key Stage 2**

**World War 2: #33080** – Learn to write an information text on World War 2, considering the organisational and presentational features.

**Maths**

**Upper Key Stage 2**

**High Flyers: #33085** – Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator and multiples of the same number.

**Impropeller Fractions: #33086** – To multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers, supported by materials and diagrams.

**Press Start: #33098** – Demonstrate the formal written method of division to divide numbers with up to 4 digits by a one-digit number, interpreting the remainder in the context of a problem.

**Short Templar: #32961** – An introduction to formal written methods of short division. This Learn Screen does not look at carrying numbers.

**The Great Divide: #32962** – An introduction to formal written methods of short division. This Learn Screen looks at carrying numbers.

**Enter Player One: #33100** – Help Sten and Meg to complete the arcade game by learning the methods for long division with whole number remainders.

**Enter Player Two: #33101** – Help Sten and Meg learn the formal written method of long division with fractions as remainders.

**Felling Fractions: #33194** – To multiply simple pairs of proper fractions, writing the answer in its simplest form.

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