Mash of the Month - December

Nov. 30, 2022

Each month we will be highlighting a #MashoftheMonth. This will focus on a tool or application within Purple Mash and how it can be used within the classroom to support learning across the curriculum. During the month, if you share how you have used #MashoftheMonth, you will then be entered into a draw to win a 2Simple Goody bag!

December's Mash of the Month is 3D design tool 2Design and Make...

Celebrating Chanukah with Purple Mash

Nov. 30, 2022

This year, the Jewish holiday Hanukkah, or Chanukah, runs from Sunday 18th December to the evening of Monday 26th December. Here at 2Simple, we're celebrating Chanukah using Purple Mash and have several resources for you to use in your classrooms to celebrate this holiday.

Celebrating Christmas with Purple Mash

Nov. 30, 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! At this time schools across the country are preparing for the Christmas nativity, searching for the missing wise man, wondering how on earth they are going to get the glitter out of the carpet, hoping that the staff room is full of chocolate treats and working out which Christmas card delivered into the post box needs to get to which child.

For all those in between moments 2Simple have a range of stocking fillers and Christmas activities to see you through the weeks ahead; from writing projects, to mash cams and everything in between, there is something to suit every year group over the next couple of weeks.

Computer Science Education Week

Nov. 18, 2022

Computer Science education week (CSEd Week) 2022 runs from December 5th to 11th.

This year, we're giving you free access to 5 Purple Mash self-guided coding activities as well as a full 45-minute Python in Pieces coding lesson.

We also highlight our top 3 Purple Mash coding tools for all ages.

Sharing festive activities and communicating with parents over Christmas

Nov. 16, 2022

Evidence Me can be used to share festive activities with parents during term time as well as communicate with parents over the school holidays. Take a look at our blog to find out more.

Using EM in the festive period