Year groups 2012/2013
The Gruffalo - rap!!
Experience the story of the Gruffalo like never before. Ollie's music and rhythmic story telling will be sure to get any school rapping and chanting along in minutes
The Brummy accent of the mouse made me laugh!!!! A lovely re-telling of the story by Julia Donaldson
A game to help children practice one more and one less.
Chestnut Children's Center
Chestnut Childrenâ€™s Centre can provide a wealth of opportunities for you and your family to have fun, play, learn and grow. They are based at Franche Primary School and are part of the Wolverley Partrnership. Check out what they have to offer here.
Set the clock
A time game where you have to listen to the time and set the clock.
Pick a picture
Read the word, and then choose the correct picture that matches the word.
Christmas online colouring
Choose a Christmas picture then have a go at colouring it on-line. Which picrure are you going to choose?
We are learning all about the Hindu faith and specifically Diwali. Take a look at this video telling us all about the festival of lights.
Jolly Phonics songs
Have a look at this video to learn all the sounds from Jolly Phonis with the sound and sction.
Have a look at these Jolly Phonics songs for the long and short vowel sounds. Haelp the children learn the name and the sound of the vowels.
Picnic on Pluto
Read the word on the snack. If it is a real word give it to BOB, if it's a nonsense word, give it to OBB!! Choose phase 2, then try phase 3.
Read the word on the coin. If it is a real word put it in the cheat, if it's a made up word put it in the bin. Choose phase 2 to begin with, then try phase 3.
Pick a Picture
Match the word to the correct picture. Choose phase 2 to start with. If they are confident try stage 3.
Try this game, and see if you can use the mirrors to reflect the light in the right direction.
Children can practice 1 more/1 less, or 2 more/2 less using this interactive game.
Tux Paint download
We have been using this paint package in school as a tool to improve the children's mouse control, and also encourage them to 'be creative' using technology. They have