A colourful version of snap designed to develop children’s visual discrimination skills. Look at the cards and click when you see two matching animals.
Another colourful activity. Children have to match a sound with a picture. This site is designed to support the development of pre-reading skills.
Delightful traditional animated stories are read aloud. As words are being read the print changes colour. This helps the development of children’s reading skills.
A learning to read website. The children can click on words to see what they say. Excellent for learning the sounds that different letters make.
The Kent Grid for learning literacy games site – 25 different basic literacy games to choose from. This link takes you to the hub where all of the games are explained.
The Word Wheel is multimedia tool for pupils to explore and develop their skill at blending phonemes in CVC words.
Set around the Oxford Reading Tree characters, children can practise where the full stops and capital letters go and have fun too.
An interactive activity with Ed the Owl who will help children to learn different types of sentences and the punctuation that goes with them. Questions are posed in the form of a multiple choice quiz.
An interactive version of the traditional hangman game. This site supports the development of spelling skills.