‘With Kids’ have kindly given some more suggestions of websites to support during this time.
Here are a list of websites that you might find useful!
BBC have created a brilliant resource with lots of quizzes, games and practical activities to help with your learning.
Crystal Explorers – a game aimed at P3 onwards looking at spelling, punctuation and grammar.
Karate Cats – a game aimed at P3 onwards looking at spelling, punctuation and grammar.
This website has a number of games all pupils can access covering key literacy areas.
Trapped is a popular game for P5-7.
Adjective Detective looks at identifying superlative and comparative adjectives.
This game has four different levels aimed at P3 onwards concentrating on commas.
A fast-paced game suitable for P5-7 looking at verbs and adverbs.
This game tests pupil knowledge on prefixes and suffixes. Suitable for P5-7.
This game concentrates on sentence building and structure. Suitable for P1-4.
A fun crossword challenge.
This a fast-paced tetris style game suitable for all.
This Countdown style game is good for building vocabulary.
This is a good game for practising those tricky spelling words!
Khan Academy Kids – free app covering a range of curricular areas.
Vocabulary Spelling City – free app to practise spelling.
Numeracy and Maths
All pupils have a login for this website/app. Games are suitable from P1-7 and should increase difficulty based on pupil progress.
This is a great resource for challenging P6/7 pupils within numeracy. Weekly challenges are based on current topics in the news.
Games suitable from P1-7 covering a range of topics, including logic puzzles and brain teasers.
Guardians: Defenders on Mathematic – a fun game aimed at P4-7 which involves maths battles. Pencil and paper required.
Suitable for P1-7 but pupils can only play games a limited amount of times due to a subscription fee.
A brilliant resource jam-packed with lots of games suitable for all ages and stages. Pupils will be familiar with this site with many of them playing Hit the Button to better their number bonds and times tables.
This website has games and puzzles aimed at secondary pupils however some of our P6/7 pupils may enjoy some of the activities.
Suitable for P1-7 covering a range of topics.
This website is good for deepening understanding within maths and numeracy focussing on more problem solving style tasks. Activities are aimed at P1 onwards.
This website is good for deepening understanding within maths and numeracy focussing on more problem solving style tasks. Although it is aimed at secondary level, some of our P5-7 pupils may want to try some of the activities.
Countdown Numbers Game – great for testing mental maths. Suitable for P5-7.
A good website for consolidating times tables.
A good website for all pupils.
Health and Wellbeing
Dinosaur Discovery – a fun game to learn about dinosaurs. Suitable for P1-4.
Galaxy Pugs – a suitable game for P1-4 covering a range of science topics from the human body to the planet.
Earth Squad – a fun game for P4-7 looking at each of the habitats around the world.
Food Chain Challenge: Savannah/Tundra – suitable for P4-7.
Science 360 – Free App for older pupils which brings cutting-edge science and engineering news, images, and video right to your child’s fingertips
Duolingo – a free downloadable app which has bitesize lessons on French, German and many more.
Religious and Moral Education
Pirate Bunnies World Adventure – a number of quests looking at world flags, the oceans and much more.
Capital Cities Challenge
World Flags Challenge
A range of games on different aspects of history.
Work on your drawing skills using Shoo Rayner as a guide.
Dance Mat Typing – an activity to improve typing skills
Free website for coding once registered.
Free coding website