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Doorway Online

Doorway Online is a collection of free learning activities. The suite has highly accessible educational activities that learners will find easy to use independently or, of course, you can use in your classes. You will find: 5 activities of literacy: spelling, word building, letter formation;3 activities about time and money;2 activities about typing skills; and 3 activities: about pairs, matching, targeting.You will have to click on the headings above to expand each category.

1 – Time and money

These 2 currently available money activities provide a simulation of a common experience; working out how much you?ll expect to pay for your shopping.

A)About Time

Three activities to develop the concept of time.Change the clock along the day to see events such as the school bus arriving in the morning and the children playing at break.Setting the clockand?What time is itfocus on the skill of telling the time. All activities can be set to intervals of 1 hour, 15 minutes, 5 minutes or 1 minute. Time can be shown in analogue or digital clock.

B)Till We Meet Again

Play the shopkeeper as you practice giving change for items costing from 20p to 10. Three options give varying levels of support on the till screen.Price + Changeshows the cost of the item as well as how much change to give,Shopkeeper Methoddisplays the cost of the item, the change in hand and the total of the two. The?Priceoption shows only the price of the item and user must calculate the change.

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C) Cashing In

Practise selecting coins to make specific sums of money. Levels range from working within 10p to working within 2. Click on the coins in the purse or the hand to add or remove coins. It is possible to show or hide a running total.

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2 – Make a sentence

Activities where learners will learn how to make a simple sentence using the following methods: (1) rearranging words; (2) filling in missing words; (3) distinguishing between easily confusable wordsThis activity will be especially useful for learners with language impairments. Specialist teachers of pupils with language impairment have been asking for these activities to be implemented in the familiar Doorway format.

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3 – The Large Sum and counting on and back -up to 100

Young learners with access difficulties often find it difficult to show their ability to complete formal sums. The large sum aims to give them a medium to generate and complete sums; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Accessibilty features include; switch access, large text and speecxh feedback.

Counting on and Back up to 100 This set of activities uses the 1-100 number square as a powerful tool for learners tacking addition and subtraction strategies in the range 1-100.

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4 – Further development of the Doorway Literacy

– 60 more words with blends and digraphs – 60 ‘magic e’ words – adding ‘ing’ and ‘ed’ to verbs tackling a known difficulty that many developing spellers have to overcome.Young learners with access difficulties often find it difficult to show their ability to complete formal sums. The large sum aims to give them a medium to generate and complete sums; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Accessibilty features include; switch access, large text and speecxh feedback.

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Alphabet page

Alphabet(from starfall.com)

Lovely alphabet from this page with lots of animated cliparts for each letter which offers the name of the letter, the sound of it and example words.

I recommend you to visit it for young children who are learning the alphabet. You will have to click on the letter everytime it appears to watch the motion.

It’s WONDERFUL!

Starfall’s ABC section teaches letter-sound relationships by providing a kid-friendly navigation system that explicitly focuses on each letter of the alphabet. This explicit instruction is most effective in kindergarten and for ESL and special education students when it is combined with exercises in phonemic awareness. When learning to read, students who understand the basic sounds of the language can apply letter-sound relations with greater ease.
The Starfall ABC section was produced by Art & Gina Morgan with the guidance of Dr. Steven Schutz. It is with great joy we offer this learning tool to the world, and hope that everyone using it has as much fun as we did creating it!

 

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Roy, interactive reading games

Interactive Reading Games: Word Level

It is a very useful page, specially for young learners and starters . You will find ingular and plurals , rhyming . Specially useful for working and teaching phonemes: long vowels, consonant blends, tricky words

The interactive reading games below are ideal for developing the reading skills of your pupils. And, of course, you can use the reading games on your interactive whiteboard, or computer, at school or at home.

The games below are listed by word level and sentence level activities. To find a game quickly you can ?use the ‘quick game finder’.

There are two kind of ?reading games: Word level games and sentence level games

Consonant Blends (CVCC Words)

Little Mo (Roy’s cousin) is learning about blending and segmenting consonants to make CVCC words. It’s all happening in her secret garden where blending or segmenting phonemes to make words means she earns Zs (the local currency) to spend in Garden World.

– Consonant Blends (CVCC Words)

Double Consonants (ff, ss, bl, br, cl, cr, ck, ng)

Help Wellington clean up the sea by making words using ff, ss, bl, br, cl, cr, ck, ng.

– Make words using ff and ss
– Make words using bl and br
– Make words using cl and cr
– Exploring words that end with ck
– Exploring words that end with ng

High Frequency Words (Days, Months, Numbers and Colours)

Old Uncle Tom likes his socks, blanket, hay and a nice glass of water before going to bed. Help him get his bedtime bits together by clicking and dragging the words into the correct order.

– Days of the Week
– Months of the Year
– Numbers to Twenty
– Colours (UK version)
– Colors (US version)

Singular or Plural? Adding ‘s’

Lucy is still at the zoo! Read the words and sort them into singular or plural. Match the singular with its plural to choose presents to make Lucy happy.

– Singular or Plural? Game 1 – words we use at school
– Singular or Plural? Game 2 – words we use on the farm
– Singular or Plural? Game 3 – words we use at home
– Singular or Plural? Game 4 – clothes we wear
– Singular or Plural? Game 5 – food we eat

?Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e, aw, ay, ea, ee)

Long Vowel Phonemes (er, ew, i-e, igh, ir)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go?

– Making words with the er sound, e.g. pepper
– Making words with the ew sound, e.g. blew
– Making words with the i-e sound, e.g. ride
– Making words with the igh sound, e.g. flight
– Making words with the ir sound, e.g. skirt

Long Vowel Phonemes (oa, oi, oo, or, ou)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go??

– Making words with the oa sound, e.g. boat
– Making words with the oi sound, e.g. oil
– Making words with the oo sound, e.g. hoop
– Making words with the or sound, e.g. worn
– Making words with the ou sound, e.g. house

Long Vowel Phonemes (boot, feet, rain, boat, eat)

Old Uncle Tom likes his socks, blanket, hay and a nice glass of water before going to bed. Help him get his bedtime bits together by clicking and dragging the sounds to make new words.

– Exploring words with the oo sound, eg boot
– Exploring words with the ee sound, eg feet
– Exploring words with the ai sound, eg rain
– Exploring words with the oa sound, eg boat
– Exploring words with the ea sound, eg eat

Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e / ay, aw / or, ee / ea, er / ir, ew / oo)

Help Mango get back to her nest by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. Undo an answer by clicking on the bee.

Make words with the a-e and ay sound
– Make words with the aw and or sound
– Make words with the ee and ea sound
– Make words with the er and ir sound
– Make words with the ew and oo sound

Long Vowel Phonemes (i-e / igh, igh / y, oa / ow, oi / oy, ou / ow)

Help Mango get back to her nest by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. Undo an answer by clicking on the bee.

– Make words with the i-e and igh sound
– Make words with the igh and y sound
– Make words with the oa and ow sound
– Make words with the oi and oy sound
– Make words with the ou and ow sound

Tricky Words

Help Space Zara learn tricky words by controlling her jet-pac with your mouse. Find the Tricky Word challenges and win the golden trophy. Includes words defined in the DfES Letters and Sounds publications (phase 1 to phase 4).

– Tricky Words Volume 1: 30 words including commonly misspelt words: e.g. people, their, said
– Tricky Words Volume 2: 30 words including commonly misspelt words: e.g. only, because, other

Words that Rhyme

Help the bees bring the words that rhyme back to their nest. Watch the flower grow.

– Words that rhyme with bug
– Words that rhyme with dash
– Words that rhyme with dot
– Words that rhyme with lip
– Words that rhyme with top

Words that Rhyme

Belinda loves collecting words that rhyme. Find the words in the fruit and bring them to her house.

– Words that rhyme with cat
– Words that rhyme with Dad
– Words that rhyme with gap
– Words that rhyme with jam
– Words that rhyme with man

Words that Rhyme

Ryan the rhino can’t sleep. He’s trying to think of words that rhyme! Find them in the stars.

– Words that rhyme with bell
– Words that rhyme with hill
– Words that rhyme with pet
– Words that rhyme with ten
– Words that rhyme with tin

Long Vowel Phonemes (ow, ow, oy, y)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go??[Requires Flash Player 9]

– Making words with the ow sound, e.g. show
– Making words with the ow sound, e.g. brown
– Making words with the oy sound, e.g. boy
– Making words with the y sound, e.g. why

SENTENCE LEVEL GAMES

Zara’s Capital Letter Game (beginner)

Zara is dreaming of space again! Read the sentence then give the sentence its capital letter to make Zara’s dream come true. Try not to wake Zara up!

– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 1
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 2
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 3
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 4
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 5
 

Zed’s Capital Letter Game (advanced)

Zed loves to make things in his shed. Give the words their capital letters to help Zed collect his tools. What has Zed made this time?

– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 1
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 2
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 3
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 4
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 5

 

The Full Stop Game (beginner)

The sentences have lost their full stop. Read the sentence then click and drag a snail to where the full stop should be. Uses high frequency words.

– The Full Stop Game. Game 1
– The Full Stop Game. Game 2
– The Full Stop Game. Game 3
– The Full Stop Game. Game 4
– The Full Stop Game. Game 5

The Full Stop Game (advanced)

The sentences have lost all their full stops. Read the sentences then click and drag the snails to where the full stops should be. Uses high frequency words.

– The Full Stop Game. Game 1
– The Full Stop Game. Game 2
– The Full Stop Game. Game 3
– The Full Stop Game. Game 4
– The Full Stop Game. Game 5

Does it make sense?

Help Zara’s dream come true by clicking on the sentences that make sense. Uses high frequency words.

– Does it make sense? Game 1
– Does it make sense? Game 2
– Does it make sense? Game 3
– Does it make sense? Game 4
– Does it make sense? Game 5
 

Does it make sense?

Help Wellington clean up the sea by clicking and dragging the words to create sentences that make sense.

– Does it make sense? Game 1
– Does it make sense? Game 2
– Does it make sense? Game 3
– Does it make sense? Game 4
– Does it make sense? Game 5

The Question Mark Game

Zed loves to make things in his shed. Give the sentences their question marks to help Zed collect his tools. What has Zed made this time?

– The Question Mark Game. Game 1
– The Question Mark Game. Game 2
– The Question Mark Game. Game 3
– The Question Mark Game. Game 4
– The Question Mark Game. Game 5

 

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Top Marks Games

Counting Games

One of the aims in our classes is teach our children all about numbers. In this page you will found many games related with numbers.

Learning to count is fun with this range of free educational games for Key Stage 1 children. Start with the simple counting games and progress to numbers up to 100. There are also matching and sequencing numbers activities.

Choose an age:

You can choose a range of age:

From 3 to 5 –

from 5-7 –

from 7 to 11-

from 11 to 14

I leave this link as an example

 

The Teddy Numbers game can help children to learn numbers to 15.

Learn the digits and words for the numbers and the game can help them learn to count too

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