Even I have to admit that there are times where drill and practice is required in maths. Or sometimes you just want to use some examples.
Enter Mathmaster.org This website helps you create worksheets for most grades up to about year 7. You can either save them as jpg or pdf or print them. If you have ebeam installed you can even print to eBeam Scrapbook as a background that you can then draw on and mark up as required for a demonstration.
Making up maths worksheets with all the grids, nets, shapes and number lines can be really painful in MS Word - especially if you want then to be precise enough for the students to actually measure. Dynamic Paper from the illuminations website might just be what you are looking for. There is a whole slew of resources for maths teachers there. Go nuts.
I'll repost one of my other favourite literacy worksheet makers - lessonwriter.com. This not only does the worksheet for you based on the text that you give it - it even writes your lesson plan.
Good music education software is hard to come by - This looks like it will fit the needs of most primary teachers. LenMus
LenMus is a free program for learning music. LenMus program allows you to focus on specific skills and exercises, on both theory and aural training. The different activities can be customized to meet your needs, and it provides interactive feedback until mastery of each concept is achieved. It also includes an score editor.And if like me you have no musical ability at all you might want to try out this grid based synth. Be careful you could spend hours on this. http://lab.andre-michelle.com/tonematrix
Sorry I haven't been blogging lately but the boss came over for a visit from the emerald city and things got really busy.