Links to free to use English educational literacy teaching resources, games and activities, covering, Early Years/Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years. Improve vocabulary, comprehension, language, observation, writing and alphabet letter recognition skills. Practice high frequency words and spelling. Share Big Book stories with simple text for young readers. Enjoy poetry reading and writing. Ideal for use in the classroom, at home to improve your child's reading and writing skills, or as part of a homeschooling package
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Traditional Story Labels Interactive
This simple labelling activity can be used for either the Three Little Pigs or Cinderella as a backdrop for their scene.
Pigeon Impossible Video
Secret Agent Walter Beckett has a problem of pigeon sized proportions. Teaching Ideas. Create comic strips and picture boards from the story. Write more missions for Walter which are spoilt by the pigeon. Write a news report on events, interviewing key witnesses etc. Write a persuasive argument giving an argument for why it was not the pigeon's fault. Should we feed the pigeons in the street? Discuss.
Flick's Adventure Interactive
Digger and the gang become trapped inside a haunted house. Answer the questions to help them escape.
Apostrophes Game Interactive
Beat the clock apostrophes game. Can you fix the apostrophes in time?
Spiderman Spelling Interactive
Help Spiderman save the day with this great spelling game for kids. Use Spiderman’s web of words to climb buildings and keep the city safe from Doc Ock. Use letters to form as many different words as you can, advancing onwards through a variety of fun stages.
Join The Debate Interactive
Take part in an interactive debate against an opponent arguing from the opposite point of view on a range of interesting topics. Listen to what they have to say before choosing your response from a list of possible alternatives. The judges will then vote on who they thought had they best argument, try hard and see if you can get the crowd on your side and win the debate.