Have a look at these websites.
Some are used in school, some are just for fun.
Before you start, please remember:
Ask your parent before using the internet - check the website you want to use is ok.
If you see anything that makes you feel uncomfortable, or scares you, tell an adult. *
Never give your personal details (name, address, school, phone number, photos) to anyone without checking with your
Never agree to meet anyone who is not a friend in the real world.
Always keep passwords safe and do not share passwords with anyone else.
If you get a nasty message, tell an adult.*
* This could be a parent, grandparent, childminder or teacher.
Can you help Digi Duck with his big decision?
You can use Purple Mash at home to practise your programming, your writing, or to create pictures.
There are also lots of great games to play.
If you do not know your password, ask Mrs Hankins.
You have seen Charlie Chimp in school; now try some other Crystal ICT activities.
You can use Crystal ICT at home if you are a pupil at Ad Astra - ask Mrs Hankins for the password.
There are lots of things to watch, play and do on the CBeebies website.
From the BBC
Smartie the Penguin needs your help to stay safe.
If you would like to use Early Years World at home, see Mrs Hankins for the password.
Can you "equalise" the invading spaceships?
This game comes from Arcademics.
Dance Mat Typing
Learn to type with Gary the Goat!
From BBC Bitesize
Hector and his friends are learning how to use their computers safely.
BBC Bitesize KS1
There are lots of great games here to help you with Literacy, Maths and Science.
From the BBC
Can you help Barnaby Bear to find all the things that shouldn't be in the picture?
Barnaby Bear from the BBC
Ad Astra Infant School does not have editorial control over the content of any of the linked websites. Although we take care to link only reputable websites, please be aware that once you use these links to leave our website, we cannot be held responsible for the information, products or links contained in external websites. If you see anything which concerns you, please let us know.