This page has a number of links to different website and learning apps that you might want to use to help you practise your learning in a range of different subjects.
Don't forget - if you get stuck you can always message any questions on Dojo!
The BBC Bitesize link below will take you to a website that has links for all areas of the National Curriculum, including reading, maths, science, geography, and many more! I am sure you will find something that you want to explore and learn about!
Pobble 365 can be used to provide a stimulus for your child's writing. We use this in school for our Quickwrite sessions where the children have approximately 15-20 minutes to write in response to an image. Just click the link below...
Click the Poetry4Kids link below for a wide range of poems to share with your child and then they may even be able to come up with some of their own!
Your child's login for Accelerated Reader is the same as their school login (which they should know). They can take quizzes on any book they read whilst at home during this challenging time. The link directly below will take them to the website.
The Oxford Owl link directly below takes you to the Oxford Owl website where there is a collection of free eBooks. You need to create a login for this but this is completely free! Your child can read an eBook and then complete the linked activities for these.
Active Learn gives you access to a range of different resources including reading books with linked comprehension activities - a great alternative to Accelerated Reader if your child wants a bit of a change! You do need to create a login but this is free!
Use the Storyline link below to listen to a wide range of stories.
Phonics Play is a great resource to practise letters and sounds, and spellings. There is a range of games to play and it is currently free to use!
The Topmarks link below takes you to the spelling area of the website, where your child can practise their spellings. There are also a range of good maths games on this website, which your child may want to explore!
Spelling City also has some more great games that can be played to support your child in practising their spellings.
For the Times Tables Rock Stars, Numbots and MyMaths links below, your child will need their login - this can be found in their planner.
There are a range of fun maths games and activities when you follow The Oxford Owl link below...
Hit the Button has a range of fun number games. Just click the link below to get going...
The MathsFrame link below takes you directly to a telling the time game. Make sure you have a look at the other maths games that you can access through this website as there are many!
The Coin Cruncher game below helps with recognising coins and making amounts.
Follow the GoNoodle link below and have access to a wide range of videos that families can use to move and learn together!
Super Movers is similar to GoNoodle; you will have access to a wide range of curriculum-linked videos to get you moving and learning together! Just click the link below...
Below is a link to The Body Coach TV, where there are some kid's workouts - we started using these in class and everyone really enjoyed it!
The Crickweb link below will take you directly to games and resources focused on science. Make sure you have a look at what else it has to offer as there are games and resources for a range of subjects - just hover over the KS1 tab at the top of the webpage and click the subject you want!
Barnabas in Schools is a great website that we use in school for ideas in R.E. lessons. Click the link below where you can access a range of topics, reflections and activities to engage your child.
National Geographic has some great games and resources! Check it out...
Watch Horrible Histories by clicking on the link below.
Click the Shaun the Sheep link below for some great Computing resources! The link takes you to a website where you can find out about the essential parts that make up a game, learn to code and make your very first game! It also has a 'Resources' section that lists a range of different websites to support learning in computing.
Click the link below to follow draw along videos!