Five Great Websites To Support Distance Learning

With the Easter holidays nearing an end and with schools closed until at least May 5th, 2020; here are five more websites and applications to help parents and pupils with another phase of distance learning.

Kahoot is a game based website and app that enables users to create, play and share trivia quizzes. Why not make revision fun by creating a quiz for friends and family? At a time when pupils are far away from their classmates, why not help school friends connect by creating and inviting friends to play a quiz on Kahoot?

Visit HERE

IXL is a website and app that teaches hundreds of English and Mathematics skills from Junior Infants to Leaving Certificate level. Pupils are questioned and coached until they achieve mastery of each individual skill. For a limited time daily you can long on and use IXL for free, otherwise it is a subscription service. At present, IXL are offering educators a 30-day free trial.

Visit HERE

Toy Theater brings together a wonderful collection of free educational games to support learning English, maths, art and music. It also includes a host of games and puzzles that are just for fun!

Visit HERE

Pick a subject and topic and has a fun game to match. With games for all ages and abilities, has something to offer pupils at all stages of primary and secondary education.

Visit HERE

If you are looking for fresh and fun playground games to keep your children active, learning and having fun then simply visit HERE. Drama Toolkit’s a-z of games will provide hours of offline family fun.

Visit HERE


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