Resources to Help With Home Learning
Below are some great sites to support with home learning. Why don't you take a look and try some out? Just click on the red headings and they will take to to the websites.
Aimed at children up to Year 3, Walkabouts offer interactive videos whereby children get up and move whilst learning. It's interactive, fun and at the moment - FREE!
It's a US site, so just remember to do the conversion for the year groups but it's all relevant and entertaining to use.
No need to sign up, just use the following log-ins:
Teachers - Username: TeacherFree
Reception - Username: PKfree
Year 1 - Username: Kfree
Year 2 - Username: 1free
Year 3 - Username: 2free
The password for all log-ins is walkabouts.
Suitable for children in primary school, Twig is a wonderful website dedicated to science. The kind people at Twig are offering FREE ACCESS to their online learning materials such as videos, activities and worksheets. Many of their videos are also available in Spanish.
All you need to do is sign up for free access via their website.
National Geographic Kids is a great platform for learning and it's totally FREE. There's online games, resources and competitions too. Aimed at primary aged children, there are a wide range of subjects - history, science, geography, English, Maths, Art & Design and PSHE.
Oxford Owl for Home is a bright and colourful website with free resources available to download without registering. Aimed at primary aged children, they offer activities for reading, English, mathematics and interactive games. There's also handy 'How To' videos, to explain tricky concepts.
Oxford Owl's free e-books section is wonderful. It's still free but you'll need a log-in to access it. Great if your little ones are off and they would like to keep in touch with Biff, Chip, Kipper and Floppy the dog!
Beanstalk has your little ones covered and offers interactive learning material for children aged 1 to 6. (Pre-nursery through to Reception)
During the COVID-19 threat, they are offering full access for FREE. They offer live classes and 'on demand' classes.
All you need to do is sign up!
Most parents and teachers have heard of this one but I thought I'd add it to the list anyway. Who knows, they may add more material if we have mass school closures? It's all completely FREE and there's interactive games, quizzes and videos.