I’ve been home-schooling my 2 children for weeks now and have found these websites to be life savers! All free to use (some you need a code):
BBC Bitesize – easy to use, split by secondary and primary, age, topic then lessons for children to watch and read online. Also some fun educational games too. Find it here.
Twinkl – we have been downloading and printing off loads of activities from here, it’s unlimited access at the moment with code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS. Login here.
ASE (the Association for Science Education) – Science lessons by year group across Primary age, easy to watch and loads of topics. Find it here.
Phonics Play – ideal for my 5 year old, this is great for all KS1 children. Usage is free with username March20, password home. Login here.
Reading Eggs – good lessons for Primary age children, split by age and ability in phonics and maths. Codes vary but most give either 2 weeks or 4 weeks free access. Find it here.
Hit the Button – free to use website with lots of quick maths questions, to see how many you get in a minute and try to beat it. We’ve been doing times tables on it but there are other maths tasks, all categorised by year group. Find it here.
Oxford Owl – tips for parents on how to teach their children, activities and reading resources, all free. Find it here.