Crick Software blog
I just had to let you know about a great activity that a parent shared with me recently. Whilst doing some home learning with her 5-year-old daughter, she decided to create a simple Connect Set in Clicker to support her daughter’s writing – with fantastic results!
We have some great resources on LearningGrids to support the Virtual Library, recently launched by Oak National Academy and the National Literacy Trust.
Recently we were asked about using Clicker alongside Talk for Writing in our Clicker Community Facebook group. I answered with some suggestions, but I felt it was such a good topic it would be beneficial to write up some ideas in more detail for each stage of the Talk for Writing approach.
We have some great resources on LearningGrids to help children to understand and write about the causes and consequences of various natural disasters.
Don't forget to check LearningGrids to find a range of great resources to complement the BBC's TV lessons offer.
Our team have been working really hard on a new feature in response to customer feedback: a quick and easy way to see the new resources that have been published each month.
We spoke with Emma Gorton about how Clicker is helping the children at Micklehurst Primary School to become more successful writers.
If you’re looking to support your students in extending and improving their writing, here are a few ways that you can use Word Banks in Clicker and Wordbars in DocsPlus to help.
Our new DocsPlus Universal licensing system makes it easier than ever for you to provide your students with the reading and writing support they need.
We have some fantastic festive-themed resources for your younger learners in the Christmas section on LearningGrids.
The JCQ’s latest updates for access arrangements for this academic year – with some interesting changes regarding computer readers.
Some recent online discussions explored how to make creative writing exercises more accessible for children with literacy difficulties. Here are some examples I came up with of how you could use different Clicker Sets to support children.