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Skillswise Sentence Grammar

A BBC Skillswise site to help adult literacy, but some of the games are fine for children too. Topics covered are: punctuation, sentence structure, tenses and instructions.

Pupils

Flash

7-11 year olds
Guided Reading and Reading Games with Roy the Zebra

A wonderful guided reading story with accompanying printable worksheets and guided reading discussion sheets. There are 80 interactive literacy games, stories and songs for use in school or at home. Well worth a look!

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Flash

5-7 year olds
Full Stops Game

The sentences have lost their full stops. Can you help to find them? Drag the snails to the place where there should be a full stop.

Pupils

Not Flash

6-7 year olds
Zed's Capital Letter Game

Zed the tortoise loves inventing things. Can you help him collect his tools by finding all the missing capital letters in the sentences?

Pupils

Not Flash

6-7 year olds
Magical Capitals

A game where you help a fairy capitalise the sentences. Click on the letters that should be capitalised.

Pupils

Flash

7-11 year olds
Letters

This site checks if you know how to set out a letter of complaint. Drag and drop from items that make up the letter and choose the best text from multiple choice options.

Pupils

Flash

9-11 year olds
Letter Formation

This site has excellent animations which provide a good model for learners starting to write letters. They indicate the starting points and proper strokes required. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils

Not Flash

3-7 year olds
Letter Planet

Fill up the rocket with fuel by choosing the words that have 'sh', 'ch' or 'th' in them.

Pupils

Flash

5-7 year olds
Letter Formation

Learn the names, sounds and formation of letters of the alphabet. Being an American site it has the American pronunication of Z. It displays well on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils

Flash

3-7 year olds
Multiples and Factors

A multiple choice game with two game modes. In the first you need to identify the Lowest Common Multiple and in the second the Highest Common Factor. Questions increase in difficulty depending on accuracy

Pupils

Not Flash

9-11 year olds
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