From the BBC Tikkabilla site.
Quote from the site :
The story from Bonny, Banana and Mo will be familiar through the characters from the television programme. This story will help your child's observation skills as there is little text. The story is told visually with sound effects. There are prompts to interact with the story, which will again encourage your child's listening and responding skills.
This Road Safety activity is designed to positively reinforce the concept that children need to hold onto something safe when they go out onto the pavement or road and they should not let go until they are in a safe place.
This is a fantastic site for myths. There are interactive presentations on myths from Norway, Babylon, China, Maori, Yorruba, Egyptian, Inca, Mayan and Inuit. For more you could purchase the CD ROM. There is also great support material on cooperative learning.
This activity takes children on a trip around some familiar places in their homes and neighbourhood. The aim of the activity is to encourage children to consider where it is safe to play and where it is not.
Open ended resources without content that can be used from Foundation to KS5. Titles: 10 linked pages, Blank Shopping, Cycle 4, Euro Shopping, Multiple Word Bank, One Word Bank, Presentation 6, Romans, Shopping Veg 2.
The CBeebies website has just launched a lovely language offering aimed at 4-6 year olds called The Lingo Show.
As the blurb from the BBC says -
"The Lingo Show introduces different languages to a pre-school audience, sprinkled with a bit of culture. Play fun games and learn new words whilst helping ‘Lingo’ the ultimate show bug and his performing bug friends prepare for the ‘Big Bug Show’. Featuring French, Spanish, Mandarin, Welsh, Urdu, Punjabi, Somali and Polish. It’s a bug-lingual adventure!"
The site launched with French, Spanish and Mandarin with Welsh following on St David’s Day.
Urdu and Punjabi will be added on 14th March, and Somali and Polish on 28th March.
So why not check out what Lingo, Queso, Jargonaise, Wei and the other bugs get up to on the site?
A story from the BBC Tikkabilla series.
Quote from the BBC Site : This story helps your child to explore cultures that may be unfamiliar to him or her while also expanding his or her social and emotional development. The interactivity of the story, where your child needs to click on objects to keep the narration going, encourages listening and responding skills. These skills will always be helpful for developing communication and language skills.
This is a BBC Tikkabilla story. Quote from the BBC :
The Sun and the Wind is acted out by Tamba, Lorna and Paul and may encourage your child to act out a story at home themselves. The theme of the story will also help your child's personal, social and emotional development while finding out about the world around them. There are related activities of a Weather Map printable to colour in and a Paper Windmill to make will help your child to understand more about the theme of the story.
A brilliant language website - bilingual French/English for free with the option to pay for other languages.
Especially good for quirky songs by Boowa et Kwala, and for games and activities.
As it is completely bilingual, you can check the song in English before finding the French equivalent.