Mix of Subjects

There is so much out there on the internet to discover and to learn.  This page will be a mix of activities/quizzes/opportunities to spark an interest and make you think!
It will be added to regularly so keep checking this page and have a look at the other class pages too as each teacher has found a variety of brilliant resources for you to explore!
Have fun!
The link below will take you to a page with lots of ideas about how to use Lego in a range of ways.  I particularly like the story starter ideas!  Imagine a witch scared of a cat or a monster afraid of humans... so many amazing opportunities to complete or inspire your own ideas and creativity!
As always, I would LOVE to see you amazing ideas - feel free to pop your pics on a message on Dojo or if you complete your story in Purple Mash, save it in your folder and let me know!
Have fun!
Twinkl is a website with over 500,000 FREE resources for you to access from home.  Explore a range of activities and subjects and have fun whilst you learn!
Love Harry Potter?  Check out the Harry Potter at Home Hub!  Puzzles, quizzes and all things POTTER!
Although going out is much trickier at the moment, can you spot how many of this list you have completed already?
Can you write a story or a poem based on your experience?

Free E-books from Renaissance Place


Renaissance Place, who are the company who run Accelerated Reader, have enabled access to 7,000 e-books through their online platform 'myON'. Please follow the link below to access a huge library of free books.

National Geographic Kids is a fabulous website with quizzes, information, competitions and games!  Lots of really interesting things to discover and learn...
Below is a template for you to create your own word search.  Please choose your own theme - it could be animals, cities, places you'd love to visit, scientific vocabulary or ANY other topic that interests you!  Take care with the spellings and check any you are unsure of.  HAVE FUN!!!
Oxford Owl is a website with lots of e-books for you to read and videos from children's authors too!
Below are a few really useful documents regarding Grammar.  
Museums may be closed but you can view some online!
Explore a huge range of artefacts and artwork from your computer!
Did you find the Great Wave?  Can you recreate any of the artwork you admire using different materials at home?
Remember to send a picture of your amazing creations via Dojo - I would love to see your fantastic work!
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter in the film series) is the first of many to read a chapter of the first Harry Potter book - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
If you'd like to listen, follow the link below:
Wow!  Cressida Cowell (current Children's Laureate and author of How to Train Your Dragon and Wizards of Once book series) is launching the paperback version of the third book in The Wizards of Once series on Thursday 14th at 3 pm.  Click the link below to watch the invitation.  Looks like it might be really interesting - Cressida is even reading an extract of the fourth book in the series which is not due to be realised until September!
She also has competitions and videos on her YouTube channel if you're interested in having a look at those too!
Exploration of the day is an interesting website from an Italian artist called Keri Smith.  Some thought provoking ideas and content.
I have just discovered Duolingo (it can be played online or on a free app).
Lots of short activities including speaking, writing and listening to language tasks in a fun, interactive way!
Follow the link below to a lovely range of resources from the Met Office.  Very interesting and a mix of activities!
Whilst the Tate galleries may be closed, there are games, quizzes and ideas for making art on their website for children!
Competitions, drawing tips and lots of fun book-based activities!  Fantastic!
Want to be a WORLD RECORD HOLDER?  Know your times tables?
Read the information below and you could record yourself completing a world record on TTRS!
Get practising now to hone those skills...
Make your own recyclable board game at home.  Here is the game and the instructions!
Be inspired - can you make your own board game?  With your own rules!
A HUGE website with lots of activities...
Creativebug offers online video arts and craft workshops and techniques.  Learn to paint, knit, crochet, sew, screen print and more!
The Scouts are well known for outdoor pursuits.  This website will provide a range of indoor activities brought to you by the Scouts!
From the RSPCA...
Love reading?  Love a challenge?  Then you'll love the Summer Reading Challenge.
Follow the link to sign up!