Here are some websites you might find useful in engaging your child in literacy activities at home.Click on the button to go to the website.
Also have a look through this document below. There are lots of fun ideas here that you might want to have a go at.
This website has daily lessons with a video and suggested activities to support what has been learnt.
This is a great resource you can use for home learning.
Each day this website releases a new imaginative image and includes a story starter, questions, sentences challenges and sentences to improve. You can also scroll back over previous images to find ones that your child will engage with.
The Literacy Shed
This website offers films as a stimulus for children's writing. There are many sheds to explore from, the sports shed, the fairytale shed, the adventure shed, and many more!
The Literacy Shed Plus
In addition to this The Literacy Shed Plus are now sharing resources and planning for free. You can click on your child's age group to find exciting writing ideas!
This website has lots of amazing free resources from lots of different authors. Watch the author videos, read extracts from their books and download schemes of work.
The Literacy Trust
This website has lots of free resources to help you engage your children in literacy at home.
- Class 1
- Class 1 Literacy
- Class 1 Maths
- Class 1 Phonics
- Class 1 Reading
- Class 1 Knowledge and Understanding
- Class 1 Physical Developmen
- Class 1 Art and Design
- Class 1 Communication and Language
- Class 1 Phonics (Guide)
- Phase 4 Phonics Tasks
- Class 1 Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Class 1- Sports Challenge
- Class 1 Handwriting
- Class 1 Phonics Tasks
- Class 2
- History Covid-19 2020 Time Capsule
- Sports Challenge
- Class 3
- Class 4
- Class 5
- Forest School
- Keeping Safe Online
- Dave the Dog is Worried about Coronavirus
- Twinkl Home Learning
- Class 6
- Art and DT
- Home Learning Photographs
- Celebration Assemblies