Welcome to an exciting world of fun interactive learning, for pre-K to 5th grade students.
Since the launch of the original version of The Big Bus over a decade ago teachers, schools and parents have relied on its curriculum-based interactive modules to reinforce classroom instruction and develop core skills. Each module is inspired and designed by teachers and educators, and developed by our award-winning educational team.
Activities in reading and writing, science and math are organized by age and content area, aligned to national standards and include further teacher options allowing for differentiation based on specific student needs. No matter the classroom's technology configurations - one computer classroom, stations, or interactive whiteboards, the Big Bus's activities are designed to make the most of each environment.
New modules and activities will be added to The Big Bus 2.0 - and we value input from teachers and educators to suggest ideas and curriculum areas they would like to see covered.
The Big Bus 2.0 is produced by Sherston Software. With an office in Portland, Oregon, it has access to all Sherston's amazing content and a multi award-winning design team.
The Big Bus 2.0 also offers
Flexible licensing with site licenses and options for 24/7 access for teachers and students
Deals for Parents and home educators get in touch for details
30 day try before you buy
Sherston's 30 day no quibble money back guarantee
Sherston America publishes award-winning, innovative solutions for education. Creative curriculum content, special needs software, science peripherals and evidence-based assessment tools empower teaching and learning, stimulate creativity and equip learners with 21st century technology skills. Their expansive product line fits your environment with products for interactive white boards, traditional classrooms, portable computers and online learning platforms. Titles include the ALA award-winning Track Series as well as multi-award-winning The Big Bus 2.0 and Red Pen Tool, and the BBC Science Simulations and heralded ReacTickles.