Useful websites for Foundation Stage children
Useful Websites for Children
Games, stories and updates on every under-six’s essential viewing.
Engaging encyclopaedia of the modern (and not so modern) world, with good illustrations and clear text.
The Summer Reading Challenge website helps you keep track of your reading, find new books to read, take part in competitions and play games.
Reading Matters is about books and ideas for children and teenagers who are keen to choose their own books. There is an interactive book finder form as well as lists of books and authors.
Children’s Poetry Bookshelf has a lively, fun-filled section for children with poetry puzzles and quizzes and the chance to post their reviews and poems on the site. It also offers suggestions for adults on the best poetry to buy for children.
My Home Library enables you to download unlimited quantities of bookplates designed by the UK’s best children’s illustrators. You can submit reviews. Home Library offers Braille books and bookmarks.
Children’s Book Sequels is here to help you discover the right order of any series from Harry Potter to A Series of Unfortunate Events, from Alex Rider to Vampirates.
Book recommendations for all ages including a selection of titles specifically written to help dyslexic readers.
Children’s literature character database. Try this site to check which book a character appeared in?
Information on children’s books and authors including new books, extracts, reviews, interviews and competitions.
Search by subject and level. Also link to revision site, with online tests.
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