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Number bonds, times tables, doubles, halves and division facts
Maths games and problem solving activities. Choose the year group of your child and the focus area.
Math Games – You can sort through these always-free math games by grade level, or by skill you’re looking to work on. There are also free worksheets you can print out. https://eng.mathgames.com/
New image each day to write about questions about the image and text
Images to write about and questions about the image.
Lots of writing ideas and prompt. Choose a picture of video to show to your child. Under the image or video, it will give your child ideas to write about or how they can change the story line
Explanations and games for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Maths, English and SPAG.
Oxford Reading Buddy – is a digital reading service to help your child to develop important skills in reading and to encourage them to read more. It contains hundreds of digital books from Oxford University Press’s well-known reading series including Project X and the Biff, Chip and Kipper stories from Oxford Reading Tree – all matched to your child’s reading level. It offers special Coaching eBooks to develop comprehension.
All children have access to oxford reading buddy. Every child should have their own login details.
Duolingo – The always-free app (which does offer extra paid features) teaches foreign languages using bite-size lessons. Users earn points for correct answers an “level up,” offering extra motivation to keep at it. https://www.duolingo.com/
ScratchJr – With this always-free app, kids can fool around with coding and eventually program their own interactive stories and games. The app is geared for kids ages 5 to 7, and then they can graduate to the regular Scratch.
Khan Academy – During school closures, the education website offers free daily schedules for students from the ages of 4 to 18. It’ll also be hosting livestreams on their Facebook, YouTube and Twitter about navigating school closures. https://www.khanacademy.org/