Please find below links to websites that your children will enjoy and benefit from greatly in the coming weeks.
There is list of websites for very young children on the Nursery page.
For Reception age children you can use http://www.letters-and-sounds.com
The Year 2 and Year 6 pages also have further website suggestions. Take a look there too.
Here are some others:
RadioBlogging.Net is a daily radio programme that teaches literacy and is aimed at families and schools. It is interactive so that children write and their work is published during and after the show. Each day there are spelling, grammar and vocabulary games, followed by creative writing and responding to reading. The show features a poet of the day and author of the week. All posts are moderated and there is a team of teachers that respond to the children’s writing. It is an innovative project combining education radio and blogging to enhance and support continuous learning provision at this critical time.
Remember that there are some brilliant resources on the BBC Bitesize website. Here is the link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
The Third Space Maths Hub is now offering free accounts for families. Here's the link: https://mathshub.thirdspacelearning.com/. Here's how to join up:
1. Visit the Maths Hub registration page using Google Chrome, Safari or Edge
2. Under 'Job Title', select 'Parent'
3. Enter your child's school's postcode and select the school name from the list
4. Enter your email and create a password
YouTube Kids app: In their own words...YouTube Kids was created to give children a more contained environment that makes it simpler and more fun for them to explore on their own, and easier for parents and caregivers to guide their journey as they discover new and exciting interests along the way. Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/kids/
Amazon has cancelled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages as long as schools are closed. Children everywhere can now instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen.
IXL Remember to log in to IXL and complete more work and challenges. We will post some of the class certifcates from time to time on your class pages. Here's the link:
Twinkl Home Learning Hub have some good resources. Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with. Qualified Twinkl teachers will provide book readings, exercise sessions, live lessons, positive news updates and much much more. Activities will be listed the day before - giving you enough time to get prepped and set up for the next day's learning. Here's the link:
Oxford Owl has some wonderful games, learning resources and advice on how to support your child/children with English and Maths at home:
BBC Education have produced a whole host of materials. Each area usually has an information section for reading, plus an activity and then quiz which is marked online. Some aspects require a subscription.
This is a site with both Maths and English based quizzes which are marked as you go along:
This site has lots of Maths games which help to practise a range of skills:
This site also has lots of Maths games on a range of Mathematical concepts:
This site has some free grammar, maths and spelling games, some are tablet friendly too!
A range of English games and activities can be found on this site:
Activities to reinforce and practise a range of spelling rules:
A range of activities and games to practise a range of spelling rules and patterns can be found here:
This site has lots of fun exercises, brain breaks, relay races and games to keep your children physically fit and run off some energy:
One Day Creative is going online and releasing free short sessions for use by teachers, parents and caregivers, via their YouTube channel. They cover mindfulness, resilience, culture, keeping active, literacy and the environment. Click here to access their site: YouTube Channel.