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Amazon’s audiobook-seller Audible has released a collection of audiobooks for free, which it says will be available “for as long as schools are closed”. Books include Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Harry Potter, Winnie the Pooh and Timeless Tales of Beatrix Potter

Starting on April 20, the BBC are putting out daily programmes to help parents and children with schoolwork at home during the lockdown

Minecraft Education Edition is free to download (Mr Jones has even done a tutorial to help you)

The Robin Hood Academy Trust have amazing leaning projects for free, they cover all areas of learning from Nursery to Year 6

English Mastery have developed a selection of activities to improve writing

Whiterose maths have developed a series of free maths lessons for every year group

The outstanding Code Club has lots of projects to complete, in a variety of computer languages

The inspirational Pie Corbett Russell Prue and Ian Rocky for daily English lessons at 9.30 am

Rosetta Stone are offering their excellent resource free of charge to students for 90 days

Purple Mash are currently offering a 60 day free trial (really good for Year 3 and 4)

TTS have created learning packs for children from Reception to Year 6

BrainPOP is now free due to the school closures.  It really is an outstanding site with a huge range of videos, resources and games

Due to school closures, lots of education companies will be offering free subscriptions.  Visit kidsactivitiesblog for details

The outstanding Khan Academy is especially good for maths and computing for all ages and is currently free of charge

Carol Vorderman has just made her website The Maths Factor free of charge

Everyday a new maths lesson will be available for Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 at iseemaths.  There are also challenges for Foundation phase pupils to complete with their parents

Supermovers is a brilliant website that teaches mainly maths and literacy concepts through song and dance.  Lots of famous faces on the videos so the children should be motivated

Joe Wicks will be offering P.E. lessons on his YouTube channel during the school closure

Oti Mabuse is still doing dance classes ever week day at 11:30

Oxford Owl have excellent free Online Resources for all Primary school ages

A brilliant site with Education Quizzes covering all subjects and ages

The SchoolRun is an excellent site covering pretty much every area of learning. There are lots of free resources and they are currently offering 14 days free

Rob Biddulph, an award winning illustrator, is posting daily videos on how to draw

IXL has excellent maths and literacy resources and questions

Lots of free educational games across all areas of learning at ictgames

Amazing interactive educational games at Topmarks

Twinkl has thousands of educational printouts, usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents and free learning packs

This brilliant site is sure to be of massive help with your homework

Want to improve your typing skills, then use Dance Mat Typing

Ducksters is a super site jam packed with information across most subjects

Use National Geographic for kids to find amazing facts about animals, science, history and geography, along with fun competitions, games and more

Use BBC Bitesize to help with your homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject

BBC Schools has learning resources for primary and secondary school children and teachers. Find games, activities, videos and audio clips by subject and topic

BBC Newsround is the news program aimed at children

Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia

YouTube Kids allows children to view and collate videos from a catalogue of millions.  It needs to be set up by a parent and has parental controls

Thinkuknow (Key Stage 2) has lots of games to help keep children safe online

Learn all about your rights at the Children’s Commissioner for Wales‘ website

This may not be a website, but if you have ever wanted to get really close to wild animals you will want to try this – have a look at Mr Jones with the tiger. Ask mum or dad to use their phone and in Google ask them to type in ‘tiger’. Then scroll down and select ‘view in 3D’ and then ‘view in your space’. You should then see a tiger standing in front of you. Click on this link for a full list of animals (the phone will need to support AR. Samsung phones from the Galaxy S8, iPhones from the 6s upwards and Google Pixel do)

This will site will really help you brush up on your Welsh