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If you are interested in becoming a computer programmer or just fancy making some fun games then why not check out Python? Python is a programming language that people use in the 'Real-World' to create computer programs.
Popplet is a free online tool that you can use to create very professional looking mind maps. If you have a piece of homework that requires research, why not try to use Popplet to show your findings? You can add pictures and even videos to your mind map!
The Ancient Civilisations website is a great resource if you are interested in learning about the way people lived in the past. Try out the timeline button at the bottom and see how people lived in 3000BC!
If you have been set homework in school or just want to login and play some fantastic games.
A very easy way to start creating your own apps or games would be to use a 'Visual Programming Language' like Scratch. Scratch is a very powerful website that allows you to bring your dreams to life!
As you know Google has an amazing amount of resources that we can search and Maps has so many uses. Google Maps allows you to explore the world as if you were really there. Try visiting another country and use street view to walk around.
Cool Maths is a brilliant website to play maths games. This can really help you learn things like times tables but is also just a bit of fun!
PixLR is a fantastic website you can use to edit your photographs to make them look extra professional. You can apply filters, effects, stamps and more, and best of all it's free! Don't forget to save your finished picture!
Wordle is a website that you can use to create amazing word clouds. You simply type in lots of words based on any topic and Wordle turns them into art. Why not try a topic cloud for a display?
Multiplication.com is a fun website with plenty of amazing maths games. This website contains mainly mental maths games. Using this website you can have loads of fun whilst practicing for your maths 10x10 grids.
Ed in Year 8 has created a fantastic website to show off his photography skills.
Have a visit and let him know what you think!