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We love reading! It's tricky though when you don't have your school books or access to the library.
Lots of parents have got in touch asking for help with keeping their younger children reading at home, don't forget there are Daily Phonics lessons and Nessy (a website) too which will help. Mrs Hall also has set a reading challenge every week - she will but photos/work on the website each week which might inspire children to take part. We have a page for book recommendations for older children too.
All links are on the home page.
Below are some suggestions for ways to access stories and books from your home:
Audio Books - listening to stories is just as good as reading them, sometimes even better!
Audible Stories - Stream an incredible collection of stories all for free.
David Walliams - Bad Dad has just started (11th May 2020)
Stories to watch being read aloud, just like story time at the end of the day at school.
CBeebies Bedtime stories - on iPlayer
Story Online - uses You Tube but within the site
World Book Day - 'Story Time Online' videos
Storytime online - ages 3 - 5
Storytime online - ages 5 - 7
Storytime online (extracts) - ages 7 - 9
Storytime online (extracts) - ages 9 - 11
Interactive Books to read/listen to
e-books to read on the screen
Collins Big Cat - see below
We have just found lots of reading books that you can access on line.
Click on the following link to find lots of reading books, some of them your children might recognise. These are suitable for all children who are not on free readers (Reception, Year 1, Year 2, some of Year 3 and 4)
You should see the following instructions.
How to access free Collins Big Cat ebooks
Access 330+ free KS1 ebooks from our primary reading programme
Go to Collins Connect and click on the Teacher portal and enter:
and click Login.
If you are not sure which colour book your child should be reading then please you get in touch with your child’s teacher and they can point you in the right direction.
Information for Parents on Online Safety - this is extra important at this time.
As always, please supervise children using these links - a site may also contain links to other sites or clips so whilst these direct links are suitable there might be content a few clicks away that isn't.
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