English

Reading

syllable-split

Syllable Split – A bear splits words into syllables, and then asks the student to identify which of three words he has just said.

golden_goose
Click on this link and listen to the story of the Golden Goose
monkey_abc
Monkey Alphabet – Can you click on the alphabet in the right order. You have 30 seconds to try
bbc_read

This section looks at reading fiction, non fiction, dictonaries and poetry. Click to play the games, watch the videos and try the quizes

roy-the-zebra
Roy the Zebra  – has several games to help practice alphabetical order, number words, months, days etc. This game works well on an IWB
peter_rabbit
Listen to the story of Peter Rabbit
frog_princess
Listen to the Story of the Frog Princess
jeremy_fisher

Listen to the Story of Jeremy Fisher

Writing

bbc-rocket-adjectives

Learn how to write simple stories with the help of the story plant

homophones

Homophones – to, too and two – find out their meanings and when you should use them

myths

Learn how to plan and write a Myth or Legend

cvc-game1

Play the CVC game and learn lots of CVC words. It’s great fun

storymaker

Open the book and make your own story

wordshake

Shake the letters and see how many words you can spell

look_cover_wirte

By changing the blends you can create lots of different words to learn to spell. See how many you can remember. There are even words linked to subjects that would be handy to know. Have a go

where_were

Homophones – where, were, we’re – find out the meanings of these words and when they need to be used

spellits

Spellings with the Spellits – escape from the maze, catch the horse or catch the thief games to help you improve your spellings

pounce-cvc

Click on the correct CVC word and the lion pounces on it.

bbc-spellandgram

Improve your spelling and grammar to become a better reader, writer and all round communicator

cluster_blends

Learn cluster blends by playing this game and having fun

bbc-words and pictures-postcard

Highlight the vowel phonemes in each sentence or drag the correct spelling into the space. Make your card

there-their

Homophones – there, their, they’re – find out the meanings of these words

concrete-poetry

Concrete Poetry – Choose a shape and drag in the words that you would like–or add your own. Printable.

shape-poems

Choose a shape and write a poem