|Here you will find Rocks Park's carefully selected choices from the world wide web, there are games to play, videos to watch and things to do - all to support learning. Plus the occasional one just for fun! Things will be added all the time!|
If you find something fun that you want to share, let your teacher know and we can include a link on this page.
Did you know:
The world's biggest snowflake was 38cm wide and 20cm thick and fell in Montana in the USA on January 28, 1887.
If you want to know more about the weather and how it is predicted, visit
Did you know:
You take about 25,000 breaths every day.
A cloud can weigh more than a million pounds.
Writers once used bread crumbs instead of erasers to correct pencil mistakes.
Take a look at the National Geographic site for more cool facts, games, videos, information, photos and more.
Do you love reading Dr Seuss stories? Me too! Take a look at this brilliant site for some great things to read, watch, play and do www.seussville.com
See how many jellymen you can save by adding your numbers correctly.
A fun packed site from BBC helping out with punctuation, suitable for Key Stage 2
An amazing site, with some brilliant information covering history through the ages!
An Australian Site with some amazing interactive maps and resources.
A site from The British Museum all about Greece in Ancient times
Can you earn your WWII flight wings as part of 303 Squadron? From Channel 4. Another WWII inspired game for Year 6.
Love Angry Birds? Need to make some 3D shapes? Perfect! From Parkfield School. Suitable for KS2