We have brought together some website which you may find useful during the school closure. Teacher will be adding websites they have used to the list throughout our time out of the building. Below they have been divided up into curricular area where possible. Click on the link below to be taken to the correct curricular area.
Doorway Online Number – Numbers up to 100
Sumdog- Some pupils will have logins provided by class teachers
eChalk – A variety of numeracy and maths topics covered
Oxford Owl – A variety of numeracy and maths topics covered
Hibernian Community Foundation – Daily maths tasks via Instagram
Audible – Free access to a number of stories during school closures
David Walliams – Free story telling each day via Facebook
Literacy Trust – Birth to Nursery
Literacy Trust – P1 to P4
Literacy Trust – P4 – P7
Pobble 365 – Daily picture and support to develop writing
Liguascope– A login was sent home in your child’s pack before school closures
Best French Webistes – List of Websites to help develop language
Duolingo – Choose from a variety of languages to learn, or brush up on your French and Spanish
Dance Mat Typing – Develop your typing skills using games (great for adults and children)
Doorway Online – develop typing skills
Kids Should See This – Wide variety of curricular areas covered
Glasgow Science Centre – Daily Science Experiments live on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at 10am, uploaded on YouTube afterwards
Scratch – Learn how to code
Joe Wicks – Daily ‘P.E.’ lesson at 9:00am
Cosmic Kids Yoga – Variety of yoga, mindfulness and relaxation videos
At this time when children are spending less time outdoors and more time online it is important to ensure we are keeping them safe online.
Internet Matters – Resource arranged by age
NSPCC – Information for Parents
Below are Checklist for several Social Media/Gaming sites. They are provided by SWGfL, a charity ‘ensuring children benefit from technology, free from harm’.Click here to access their full website.
BBC Let’s Move – Dance and Move along to the story
Time to Move – P1 – 3
Time to Move – P4 – 7
BBC Ten Piece – Exploring music and instruments
Myleene’s Music Klass – Myleene Klass will be providing a few music lessons a week through her YouTube Channel
In these times we need to remember to have fun!
Home Tasking – Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday tasks will be set by Alex Horne, you will have 30 hours to complete the tasks and you can upload your videos to Twitter