Hungry little minds – ‘Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five’
Skip for educators – A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Early Learning and Development at Home (0 – 5 years) Supporting Families During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Busy Things– a multi-award-winning collection of educational games and activities for children between the ages of 3 and 11. Linked to the curriculum and subjects including English, maths, science, geography, music, coding & much more! Busy Things can be played on a computer, laptop or tablet and accessed via LGfl by using your child’s login details.
Numberblocks – sing along, learn all about numbers and develop key mathematical ideas with the BBC Numberblocks.
TopMarks – search for early years games.
ICT Games – free online maths games.
dragonbox.com – for number bonds and developing number sense.
IXL maths – dozens of reception maths skills to explore and learn!
Ballon pop math– count the balloons by popping them in order 1-20 or 20-1.
White Rose Maths is producing a daily video, worksheet and answers for maths home learning, this link will take you to the EYFS page.
Literacy & Phonics
Phonicsplay – phase 1 for Nursery. Phase 2&3 for Reception.
Alphablocks – watch as the letters of the alphabet tell stories and make words using phonics. Play the learning game, watch clips and print colouring pages.
www.oxfordowl.co.uk – free e-books for your child to access and more!
readingeggs.co.uk – an app to support your child with reading, there is a 2 week free trial.
10am – Reception – Suitable for children who can blend and read words such as ‘fish’, ‘chat’ and ‘rain’ 10:30am – Year 1 – Suitable for children who can confidently blend and read words such as ‘stamp’, ‘chair’ and ‘green’ 11am – Learning to Blend – extra blending practise for children in Reception and Year 1