Abbie from the Sales team suggests Nessy.com
My son is four and finds it hard to sit and learn in a formal way, so Nessy.com have fun games to play which makes learning phonics much more entertaining. They regularly post videos and announce free access to their resources on their Facebook page. Their apps, Hairy Letters and Hairy Games, have been a real hit with my son too.
Charlotte from the Marketing team suggests Wizardingworld.com
One of my daughters struggles to read long sentences and answer comprehension questions, that is until we found the Harry Potter website! Each week the Wizarding World is publishing a chapter from the first Harry Potter book, read aloud by a famous face, such as Daniel Radcliffe (aka Harry Potter). Following each chapter there are a series of comprehension questions and writing exercises, disguised as fun challenges where you earn house points.
Why not download our colouring in by languages activity? Your kids can learn four different colours in French, German, Italian and Spanish.