Home learning websites

Here are some recommended websites to use whilst learning at home:

http://www.iseemaths.com/parent-sessions/  Online maths sessions running over the Easter holidays for parents! Learn how to help your child at home, some are free, others are £5

Classroom Secrets Kids– This is free to register with and has a range of practical and engaging activities to do at home.

The Maths Factor– Again, this is free whilst schools are closed and has lots of great Maths games and activities.

Oxford Owl– This is full of e-books to read and now has some downloadable activity sheets for all ages.

Top Marks– This has some excellent interactive activities that we often use in school and most are tablet friendly.

Phonics Play– Has currently been made free during the school closure and is great for practicing those phonics skills!

Into Film– This has some great free resources all linked to film, including printables for posters and games.

BBC Bitesize– There are so many games and activities for all primary ages on here, for a variety of subjects. KS1 children might particularly enjoy Karate Cats and KS2 might enjoy Crystal Explorers.

Once Upon A Picture– Inspiring images with a variety of activities linked to each image, including role play and writing.

Pobble 365– Very similar to Once Upon A Picture, with a daily image to focus on.

TES Home Learning– A wide range of activities for all primary ages.

Go Noodle– Free to sign up to with a range of physical activities, such as guided dance and even some mindfulness!

Joe Wicks PE Lessons– Daily PE lessons with Joe Wicks on his YouTube channel at 9AM.

#ThisGirlCan Home Exercises– Lots of fantastic exercise routines, including a 10 minute shake up and even some Disney workouts!

NHS 10 Minute Workouts– Simple 10 minute workouts by the NHS. Great to get you energised in the mornings!

Chatter Pack– Has a wide range of activities, including online workshops and daily tutorials for many subject areas.

Twinkl– Lots of home learning packs and activities for all primary ages.