This Spywatch site is set in the Second World War and it features the adventures of a group of evacuees on the trail of spies. To find out about the spy suspects children need to complete phonic and spelling activities.BBC Bitesize English Key Stage 1
Video clips on Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar, Reading and Writing, Speaking and Listening and Types of Text.What are Nouns?
Learn all about all types of nouns and how to use them. Then test your knowledge on the quiz and game. Fantastic on an interactive whiteboard.The Adjective Detective
A super site which explains what adjectives are. Great on an interactive whiteboard and best viewed in full-screen mode. Test your knowledge of adjectives on the quiz and game.Poop Deck Pirates
A phonics game which can really help you to build words. Read the words on the golden coins. Decide if they are real words or not. Links to phase 3 and 4 of the 'Letters and Sounds' document. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.Garden Leaves
Clean up the garden leaves by sorting the words. You need to listen to the last sound in each three letter word. (cvc words) Best in full-screen view.Slides
A literacy game where you need to listen to and then choose the last sound to finish the word. Best in full-screen view.Over 300 Words to Use Instead of Said
A brilliant list of alternative words to use as an alternative to said. There is a desktop version with examples of the words in sentences and also a useful mobile version of the site. Words are arranged according to emotions.Opinion or Fact
An interactive whiteboard resource which looks at the subtleties of language. By using interview techniques pupils need to look at the problem scenarios and decide what is fact, opinion or both. Useful for developing thinking skills.Monster Shopping Trip
A brilliantly animated story with text about Hairy Henry's birthday with monster characters. You could use these super monster characters to write a character description about a monster.