Please find below links to great ways of getting your children's imagination working and inspiring them to read and write.
So, we enter another period of Remote Learning. Year pages have all the links you need for your daily lessons, but here are a few additional ideas you might like to dip into.
Here are 40 book based activities which don't need online access:
Here are some links to The Hay Festival you will find lots of free interviews with authors and also free resources to go with these talks.
Click here to go to the website.
You need to look for this to play interviews (children's are free)
If you're already a member it's easy you just need your membership details, but if you're not a member it's easy to join online.
- You can access Encyclopedia Britannica great for those research projects.
- You can also borrow ebooks to read and share.
- Not a member, join online.
Have a look on this site there's lots to find, including free access to newspapers and magazines.
Audible books are offering children's stories that are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet - get listening :-)
David Walliams is releasing a story a day for 30 days. Why not call a friend and get them to sit and listen at 11am and then call/message to have a chat about the story. Can't see relatives, get them to listen too and chat to them or swap book review emails (or post a card).
The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read-Alouds & Activities click on this link to discover lots of books being read by the author and ideas for sharing books too.
Click here for more information.