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Curriculum-based Resources for Early Years and Primary Education
Daydream Education offers a range of colourful and informative resources for Early Years and Primary education, covering key topics and skills for key stages 1 and 2. Our resources work alongside the National Curriculum and provide exciting and engaging learning materials for pupils of all learning styles and abilities.
Our visual and attention grabbing posters have been designed to engage and enthuse pupils. The charts are a great way of improving understanding whilst also brightening up the school environment.
The posters combine clear and concise curriculum-based content with striking images and graphics to engage pupils and reinforce learning.
These colourful and engaging reference books are simple yet effective learning aids that help pupils with class work, homework and revision. The books simplify key topics, breaking them down into easy to digest chunks of information to help improve pupils’ confidence and understanding.
Our Interactive Content Packs combine quality curriculum-based content and the latest technology to deliver a comprehensive yet easy-to-use interactive software package.
Packed full of engaging interactive presentations, animations, assessment activities and clear and concise curriculum-based content, the packs provide for students of all learning styles and abilities.
Featuring an abundance of interactive content and engaging assessment activities, our fantastic educational apps provide a flexible and effective tablet-based learning solution that can be easily implemented in the classroom.
The apps are great for independent and group learning, and include a simple yet effective reporting function for tracking pupil achievement.
Our A3 Activity Charts are versatile resources that reinforce learning and improve understanding. Based on the content of our award-winning A1 posters, the charts are great independent or group learning tools that include a wide variety of learning activities to help improve pupils' confidence and progress.