Websites

 

  • Websites

    Are you looking for more online resources for your child? On this page you'll find links to websites that are useful for children learning English. Send us your favourite website and we may add it to our links.

     
     
     
     

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  • The Story Museum's 1001 stories site contains audio and video recordings of imaginative, inspirational tales from around the world. You can search by theme, origin or age group.
    Stories
    Your rating: None (7 votes)
     
  • We give books offers lots of great children's books to read free online. You can search by age, genre or author.
    Stories
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  • Free, educational videos for very young learners. Watch and learn about the alphabet, numbers, colours, shapes and time in English.
    Video
    Your rating: None (10 votes)
     
  • There are hundreds of free short stories for children on this site, from timeless classics to modern, original stories. Search by story type, age range, author or reading time.
    Stories
    Your rating: None (10 votes)
     
  • This site for parents and teachers offers thousands of free children's activities. There are educational resources, colourings, puzzles and printables of all sorts for you to use with your learners.
    Your rating: None (14 votes)
     
  • Kids can explore the wonderful world of children's author Dr. Seuss. There is information on the books and characters, plus Dr. Seuss-inspired games, crafts, activities and recipes.
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  • Online kids' magazine with stories, jokes, crafts, recipes, games and more!
    Arts and crafts
    Your rating: None (9 votes)
     
  • ABCya provides free educational computer games for kids, including vocabulary games, spelling games and audio books. Kids can create animations, puzzles, word clouds and lots more!
    Games
    Your rating: None (8 votes)
     
  • Dinosaur games, information and printables for younger kids based on the TV programme.
    Your rating: None (10 votes)
     
  • Interactive online games for kids and teenagers learning English as a second language. There are grammar and vocabulary games, printables and video lessons.
    Grammar
    Your rating: None (16 votes)
     

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  • The children's site of the National Geographic Society helps you learn about world cultures and animals. There are lots of cartoons, fun and games too.

    Your rating: None (22 votes)
     
  • The Story Museum's 1001 stories site contains audio and video recordings of imaginative, inspirational tales from around the world. You can search by theme, origin or age group.
    Stories
    Your rating: None (7 votes)
     
  • Fun, educational games that help students develop early reading and language skills.

    Games
    Your rating: None (69 votes)
     
  • ABCya provides free educational computer games for kids, including vocabulary games, spelling games and audio books. Kids can create animations, puzzles, word clouds and lots more!
    Games
    Your rating: None (8 votes)
     
  • Make your own animated stories and watch movies made by kids. This site allows children to practise writing, be creative and have fun.  

    Your rating: None (36 votes)
     
  • Find out about British customs and traditions. This website tells you lots of facts about Great Britain in a way which is easy to understand. The site is very useful for school projects.
    Your rating: None (6 votes)
     
  • Listen to stories from famous classic children's books by Beatrix Potter, Lewis Carroll and others.

    Stories
    Your rating: None (13 votes)
     
  • There are hundreds of free short stories for children on this site, from timeless classics to modern, original stories. Search by story type, age range, author or reading time.
    Stories
    Your rating: None (10 votes)
     
  • Newsround is a news programme for children from the BBC. You can read the day's news stories and write comments.

    Your rating: None (14 votes)
     
  • Lots of fun maths and reading games for children of all ages. 

    Have a look at the word games section, in particular The Grammar Gorillas - it's a great game for practising grammar!
    Games
    Your rating: None (69 votes)
     

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