arrow-left-testimonials arrow-left Testimonials Newsletters email close arrow-down arrow-right experts arrow-up phone twitter staff-development arrow-right-testimonials translate empowering-schools peer-to-peer pupil-journey staff-secure search Location after-school-clubs staffterm-dates arrow-down close arrow-up search translate school-uniform ofsted Prospectus Class Pages translate staffcurriculum mildmay-mailschool-clubsscopay closecalendararrow-updinner-menuarrow-downgovernorsfriends-of-mildmay search uniform
School Logo

Mildmay Junior School

with a Resource Base for Hearing Impaired Children

“Excelling Through Enjoyment”

BASIC SKILLS

Phonics Play

 

Phonics Play is a really good website where there is a good selection of reading materials, which is well presented. There is also an option to print templates for DIY comics if you happen to have a printer

Doorway Online

 

Door way online is good for typing skills, memory and matching activities, spelling, time, money and other number activities.

Topmarks is an excellent site to explore. 

 

Simply browse by subject and age group. For some of the children, I would suggest looking at Key Stage 1 to begin with.  As you scroll through the activities you will see that most are tablet friendly.

 

Some Maths activities include

• Hit the Button – lots of children are familiar with this game for practising their times tables, they can also practise number bonds to 10, 20 and 100. There are also timed halving and doubling activities.

• Toy Shop Money Game - money games where children work out which coins will buy toy shop items. They can choose to give exact coins or work out change.

• Coconut Ordering - a versatile maths game that's been designed to help children gain confidence in comparing and ordering different numbers, including decimal numbers, and metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity and money.

• Helicopter Rescue - a mental maths game with different sized number charts to help children identify and work with numbers up to 100. The game modes include ‘Find a Number’ and ‘Count On & Back’. In the first, children are asked to find a number on the grid, either directly or in between two voiced numbers. The count on and count back games are designed to help reinforce some of the vocabulary of addition and subtraction; count on, count back, more than and less than.

Topmarks is an excellent site to explore. 

Simply browse by subject and age group. For some of the children, I would suggest looking at Key Stage 1 to begin with.  As you scroll through the activities you will see that most are tablet friendly.

 

Learning English for Kids

 

This site has some short videos of stories which many children would enjoy watching. There are a some activities to support each story which even if you don't have a printer can be used for ideas. Alternately the children can simply listen to the stories and then talk to an adult about them afterwards.

Bridge Academy Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 07663795. Registered Office: c/o Moulsham High School, Brian Close, Chelmsford, CM2 9ES.
             
Top