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Curriculum Links

Here are some links to excellent educational websites that promote learning. Please click the icons below to explore further.

Forgot your reading book? No problem! Use this online free collection of hundreds of Oxford Reading Tree books on your computer or tablet. Register for free and then explore this amazing collection. Children love reading the versions online again and again!

A wealth of video clips, tutorials, quizzes and activities to support every area of the curriculum. This website is useful in both Key Stage 1 and 2 and there are some great maths games. It even has activities to support the latest coding ICT curriculum.

http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/

A school website with a HUGE bank of resources for learning across the curriculum. It proves very useful when you want to look at simple information but not overload the children with access to the full web. The online games are really engaging and highly addictive, particularly the maths ones.

Phonics play - an excellent webite to help children develop their early phonics skills. Great fun games, useful particularly for Year 1 and Foundation Stage.

A subscription site which has a wealth of fabulous educational resources and activities. Each of the children have an individual login. Please see your child's class teacher if your child is not sure of their username and password.

 

 

 

 

 

My BookBlog is an online resource designed to enhance children's journeys through well-loved stories. It supports children to choose fantastic books, available in school libraries and bookshops, using blurbs, trailers, reviews and ratings from other children. Children can then read their chosen book at home or at school and complete the activities on MyBookBlog at any time.

https://mybookblog.org/plogin/ling-moor/