How to use some of our teaching resources downloaded from our resource libraries

Please use the information below to find answers to any queries that you might have about subscribing to Clickprimary and using our teaching resources. If you cannot find the information that you need then please contact us so that we can help further.

Most of our teaching resources can be downloaded as zip files. You should already have an archive program or application on your device which you can use to open the zip files. If you don’t have a suitable program or application then you can download a free program to open the zip files such as using 7-Zip.

After you have opened the zip archive you will have access to all of the files needed for the scheme of work, lesson plan or classroom activity that you have downloaded. Most of the files are presented in PDF format so that they can be viewed on all devices. You should already have a PDF viewer on your device that can be used to view the files. Some of the files are presented in black and white format so that they can be easily photocopied and used by the pupils in your class.

You can also access Word documents and PowerPoint files as part of the schemes of work, lesson plans of teaching packs so that you edit some of the teaching files to match the needs of your class. We recommend using a program such as LibreOffice to edit the files although you can use any application that opens doc and ppt files.

If you have any suggestions about how a particular scheme of work, lesson plan or classroom activity can be improved then please contact us to offer your ideas for improvement.

New Teaching Resources

• Times Table Game Sevens
Play a game to recall and use each of the different multiplication facts in the seven times table
• Times Table Sums Sevens
Complete a selection of different number calculations using the questions and products in the seven times table
• Fraction Shape Spinners
Use spinners to select and divide a range of shapes showing different unit and non-unit fractions for halves, quarters and thirds
• Fraction Shape Dice
Select and divide a range of shapes using different unit and non-unit fractions for halves, quarters and thirds