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Useful Websites             (Good website for free books online and tablet friendly) (A great website for children to practise their phonics)          (Useful website to find out about how we teach phonics and letter sounds in school)           (Useful website to search educational games and activities.)               (Good website for educational advice, information and activities to support learning)
A collection of nursery songs from the Early Learning series Listen and Play and Playtime, both of which are currently available on i-player and as podcasts.
Suggested books for children, advice on how to read with your child, book lists, fun games, competitions to win free books, Children’s Book Club etc.
Words for Life is created by the National Literacy Trust, funded by Kindred², the Department for Education, and supported by UK publishers. It provides parents, children and young people with activities and support to improve their language, literacy and communication skills from home.
A useful website featuring free resources for KS1 (and the option of subscribing)

Really useful site with a range of different subjects to look at

Useful website for KS2 revision

Smart videos for curious minds of all ages”. This is a great resource providing a wide range of cool short videos full of educational content.

Boost your child’s critical thinking and expand their knowledge.

Great for children aged six to 13 years old.

It has stunning images, interactive games and colouring books, and it's a lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them.

It's free to use, but you can also subscribe to the monthly magazine with prices starting at £35 for a year.

CBeebies has some great learning games, quizzes and a huge selection of topics to explore. You'll find educational games, fun quizzes, activity ideas, and even easy recipes for your kids to try!

Highly engaging and beautifully designed.

From famous battles to ancient wars, kids can learn all about the history of Britain, as well as other countries on this fun website.

BBC History for Kids also teaches kids about historical figures, such as Shakespeare, Napoleon Bonaparte and Martin Luther King.

They'll be mini historians in no time!

Inspire them to become a record breaker with a visit to the Guinness World Record for Kids website.

Learn about existing records held and watch interviews and videos capturing all those weird and wonderful records from around the world.

  Kids' Black History is a YouTube channel that's free to watch and it aims to cover aspects of Black history that are missed out of the national curriculum. There are videos on everything, from history to geography and languages

 The Natural History Museum has a whole load of free educational resources on their site, including their try this at home section with activities for kids. Endless fun!

  The Tate has a bunch of educational resources for children on their Tate Kids website, including creative arts activities, games and quizzes available for free

  DK Find Out has resources on a huge range of subjects for kids, from computer coding and sports, to traditional subjects like English, maths and history.