Updated: Jun 23, 2020
Here are some of our favourite primary-age educational websites, full of games, resources and ideas! We will post also updates for new resources and further choices for secondary-level pupils. English
The Teaching Booth – a superb reading list of books children should read by the time they leave primary school
The Mum Educates- this website has some brilliant resources and includes great suggestions for Educational Magazines. Some of these publications are brilliant and are great for reluctant readers. Phonics Play- used by KS1 teachers across the country, this fun and engaging website will support children learning their phonics. Vocabulary Ninja- list of words to work through each day, with extra grammar challenges included. The Grammar Monster- meet the not-so-scary grammar monster and put all your SPAG fears behind you! Pobble 365- every day there is a new image to inspire and stimulate writing.
The Book Trust - an inspirational website which includes superb reading lists, a book finder and tips for reading.
Corbett Maths- a great little website with 5-a-day maths challenges, videos and worksheets.
Maths with Parents- this website aims to encourage parents to support their children’s maths learning at home. My Mini Maths- a treasure-trove of maths resources and worksheets. The Maths Factor- featuring Carol Voderman, this website contains thousands of maths sessions. Coolmath4kids- hundreds of exciting maths games to keep learning interesting. I Love Maths Games- free maths games and puzzles. Math is Fun- step-by-step guide to a range of different maths topics.
Times Tables Apps- Squeebles, Mr Thorne’s Times Tables Terra and Times Tables Rockstars
The Oxford Owl- a site full of resources and teaching materials, including spelling lists, reading schemes and times tables tips. BBC Bitesize- one of the most popular education websites on the internet. Suitable for learners of all ages. Wonderopolis- a really cool website full of interesting wonders and questions. Use it to start off debates and discussions! Twinkl- another staple of primary school education, this website contains thousands of worksheets, planning and guidance. Primary Resources- a website packed with worksheets and homework. Learning Games for Kids- crammed full of educational games. Khan Academy- an incredible free platform, packed with resources and guides for all learning levels. Crickweb- a huge resource of online resources and games. Spellzone- an excellent website with spelling lists, tips and tricks. Everyschool- a website which collates excellent websites and resources for parents and teachers.
Oak Academy- an amazing website which gives teachers and families access to educational materials.
There are plenty of other amazing websites out there, too! Let us know if you find any we should add to the list.