19 Foundation Stage Links
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Teach your child to read using sight words
SightWords.com has many free resources including:
Flash cards of more than 500 Dolch and Fry sight words
Detailed instructions on how to teach children new words
10 fun learning games
Generators to make fully customizable Bingo cards, Snakes and Ladders game boards, Old Maid card sets, and more.
Learn The Alphabet
A new and interesting site that helps with letter recognition by using more unusual words and video images to engage with the children.
Discover Oville (for free!)
Oville is designed specially for preschool and early school aged children (ages 3-7) and is 100% safe. Aside from almost everything in Oville being interactive and clickable, children can visit the library in the Town Round and get a jumpstart on reading.Currently there is no subscription fee.
Baby Sign Language
Baby sign language is a great way to help you communicate with your pre-verbal baby. Baby sign language helps babies that are ready to communicate, but can’t quite bridge the gap to full speech.
Alien Lining Up
The aliens each say which place they go in the line. Ask pupils to put them in the correct order. An activity to reinforce understanding of order using 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th.
Be Bright, Be Seen
In this game, children decide whether a series of pedestrians walking during the day and at night are wearing the right clothes to make sure that they can be seen by other road users.
Beakley The Bird
This online story for kids features audio and is an easy to read book for beginning readers. A great teaching story to help kids overcome fears. Author and illustrator, Sharon Pierce McCullough.
A simple non-text story. Somebody’s going to get wet! Press the space bar or click the mouse to move the story on. Remember to talk with your child about what is happening. On playing the story again, see if your child can remember what happens next. You have to register but resources are free to use.
You will be shown the numbers 1 to 10 and will be given a train car containing barrels on it. For example, the barrels will be labeled "2 3 _ " You'll be asked "What comes next?" and should click on the correct answer on the barrels below.
Interactive Educational preschool game to reinforce number recognition of Numbers 1 to 10.