Useful Links

Useful Links

Riddlesden St Mary

Home Learning - Reading

We can't stress how important it is to keep children reading during this period. It's not just about reading alone - here's a few ideas:

-Older siblings reading to younger ones

-Family story time

-Book snuggles (cosy up with a book OR read in a den you have made)

-Audio books (sites like Audible are great)

-Read challenging texts to older children (they still like to be read to)

-I read a page / you read a page - share the load

-Act the story out or re-tell it from memory - be brave and bold and daft! Do the voices!


Whatever way you do it, keep books at the heart of your family time! See the links below for access to some online reading resources. 


A collection of videos of different stories read aloud by celebrities for children to enjoy


A daily audio story (free!) from 'The World's Worst Children 2' by David Walliams


A range of children's authors who are doing online read alouds and activities


A range of free audible stories for your children to enjoy for free


A digital library showcasing a range of books online for your children to read and enjoy


A range of activities and resources around books


 Online story and rhyme time


A collection of over 100 free ebooks for all ages (you will need to sign up for free)


A selection of 16 classic picture books for younger children to read (and listen to) online.


Sign up to receive this excellent children's newspaper for free! This is aimed at 7-11 year olds and a PDF version can be yours for free during this period of school closure.