MORE Literacy Websites for Primary Students! Some great resources so check them out!

Here are some more great websites to explore and a number of these are for older students. Cheers Nina

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www.poissonrouge.com

Fantastic site for students with little to no English. Easy to navigate, relies on visual prompts rather than written instructions. Contains hundreds of activities; mainly fine motor skills, creativity/self expression, plus some literacy/numeracy/thinking.

http://www.learningplanet.com/stu/kids0.asp

Simple literacy & numeracy activities, categorised into primary grade levels. Requires some English to understand instructions.

www.literacycenter.net/lessonview_en.htm

Contains interactive numeracy/literacy-building activities on topics such as alphabet, numbers, shapes & keyboard skills. Nice big, colourful text & easy to navigate.

www.sproutonline.com/sprout/games/

Bright & colourful site with cute games for building skills in literacy, numeracy, thinking, problem solving, fine motor skills, memory & creativity.

www.juliasrainbowcorner.com/html/funandgames.html

Highly visual site containing literacy/numeracy building activities. Can be navigated with little to no English.

http://www.bigcomfycouch.us

=Very simple site with LARGE text & images, covering very basic concepts, eg. alphabet, numbers, colour & shape. Limited selection, but easy to understand & use. Also has flash stories, sing-a-longs & a section for parents.

www.abc.net.au/children/

Games, stories, activites etc. with (possibly) recognisable characters, eg the Wiggles, Bananas in Pyjamas etc. Students can choose activities by theme or character.

http://www.paulysplayhouse.com

Contains games & lab activities to develop motor skills & reinforce basic concepts, eg. number, shape, colour, letter & sound recognition. Bright & colourful, heaps to choose from but some English needed to navigate.

http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids

Includes games, songs, stories & writing activities. Games are theme based, from basic (numbers, alphabet) to more advanced (environment, ancient Egypt etc) Some English needed to navigate site & follow instructions.

www.manythings.org

Includes sections for grammar, spelling, pronunciation, listening etc. Also lots of games, games,puzzles, activities etc. students can do on their own. Students need some literacy & independent working skills to navigate site & read instructions

 

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