Here a few useful links to different websites that you might like to use to support your home learning.
If you feel like you would like some support to explain the Coronavirus to your children, here is a book that has been written by a collection of experts and illustrated by Axel Scheffler to help explain the Coronavirus.
BBC Home learning
The BBC have just released their new home learning platform with even more exciting things to do during your home learning.
Lots of different videos and activities to support correct letter formation and handwriting.
A different picture each day with suggestions of different writing activities that could be done
You are able to sign up for free while schools are cloased. Each week, a selection of daily activities is produced on different subjects, including comprehension and grammar.
Access to masterclasses on texts from a range of authors, including videos from the authors and activities linked to novels.
Twinkl Phonic lessons
Twinkl have created lots of different online lessons that you can watch on Youtube. They have daily phonic sessions that you might like to join in with.
A range of different phonic games and activities for KS1
Resources to support learning of the learning of phonics.
You can sign up for their free e book library where you will be able to a access a range of book banded reading books at home. Your child should know which colour book band they are or it will be indicated on the back of the books that they have already brought home.
You can listen to a selection of free audio books.
Reading Eggs are doing a free 30 day trial for parents during school shut down. A great website to help your child with reading
Teach your Monster to read
Sign up for free on a laptop and play the games to complete the different stages. Perfect for younger learners
Videos for numeracy development designed for children aged 0 to 6. There are fun activities that can be applied to everyday life and play.
TT Rock Stars
Year 2 to 6 use your Log on to practice your times tables
TT Rock Stars have a sister website which supports addition and subtraction. Children can log in using their usual TT Rock Stars usernames and Passwords.
A website with lots of different educational games for Maths and English
Explorify are creating a series of 'easy to do at home', activity collections, based on curriculum topics, that you can access without needing to set up an account. The first one will be available to use after Easter and it be exploring plants!
STEM learning have lots of different simple activities that can be done at home.
BBC Bitesize KS2
A selection of different video clips and activities for lots of different curriculum areas.
Fun curriculum linked resources to get kids moving while they learn
Videos that get younger children up and dancing. Robin class have enjoyed these at school before.
Other Useful Websites
Kids Classroom Secrets
You are able to sign up for free while whilst the website is in Beta Mode. You can find different activities for differenet curriculum areas from EYFS to Y6.
Twinkl are providing lots of different free home learning resources for parents
A selection of education games for maths and English