Here are some links to additional resources you may like to explore with your children at home:
The Art of Brilliance A You Tube Channel with videos for children and adults to support positive thinking. Check out their #WellbeingWednesday videos!
PE with Joe WicksIt feels like the whole world is accessing Joe Wicks' 9am PE sessions to start their day!
MCGrammarRap songs to help learn grammar terminology.
GrammarsaurusA You Tube Channel with songs and tips for learning grammar essentials.
National Literacy Trust Family ZoneA free website where parents can go to get ideas for engaging activities that will help their children's reading, writing and language development.
BBC BitesizeCovering a wide range of subjects with resources for all ages, the free website provides small, digestible lessons tailored to support the National Curriculum that won't overwhelm your children.
BrainPOPBrainPOP is an animated website to keep kids interested and entertained with movies and games while learning about topics including English, Social Studies and Arts and Music.
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