A subscription directory of over 3,000 illustrations created for educators. It has an easy to use flashcard creator with fully editable text and choice of 4 different formats.
The pictures are designed primarily for adult students and was originally developed for ESOL teachers.
This could be good for numeracy classes – a gallery of images sent in by readers showing some not-so-special offers (ie ’75p each or 3 for £5’). This looks a good resource to engage learners and contextualise numeracy.
A collection of over 3000 images sorted by category for use in class, or as resources. Images can be downloaded, in different sizes, by clicking on the ‘Actions’ button on each individual image’s page.
All the images are licensed as Creative Commons, which means that as long as you attribute the source and do not use them for commercial purposes there are no copyright restrictions (more details here http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/ ).
I’ve just found this cool new site where you can make and play with your own flashcards online. There’s a huge built in library and thousands of decks of cards or you can create your own. Choose to match cards, listen to optional audio, and/or type in answers
It needs a bit of patience to learn how it all works, but it’s pretty cool.
The site also includes word games, crossword solvers and much more.
Dozens of sets of free PDF flashcards each available in small, medium or large (one per page). Topics include sport, time (useful for numeracy), adjectives, clothes, emotions, holidays and much much more.