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Online Learning and Games


There are some great sites online where you can find games, and activities to do. If you don't have a switch linked to a computer at home you will still be able to use the space bar and enter key to play the games


1. A list of free apps for iOs and Android. All researched and reviewed by Flo Longhorn Nov 2020

Flo Longhorn Apps

2. Making your computer accessible at home - Here are some ideas of ways to make your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone a bit easier to use at home.

Accessibility Ideas

3. Ian Bean's website has over 200+ free to download or use online activities. Register to become a member and you will be able to access all the games, puzzles, additional resources and links to useful websites. It's one of our favourites here at school!

Free downloadable Games and Resources from Ian Bean

4.  HelpKidz Learn have launched a list of resources available to parents. You can sign up for an extended free trial and then subscribe on a monthly basis. You will be able to cancel the subscription at any time.

Activities included are - Free iPads Apps - Home Access licence to Games and Activities, ChooseIt Maker 3, ChooseIt ReadyMades - Eye Gaze Software

HelpKidz Learn Home Licences

5. Access YouTube  - This is an accessible version of YouTube. It features a large font search box and video previews you can see without comments. Videos can be started and paused with switches too.

Access You Tube

6. Busy Things - Educational Games and Activities directly linked to curriculum subjects maths, science, English and more. Can be played on computer, laptop or tablet. Currently giving 1 month for £1 for unlimited access to 100's of games.

Busy Things for families

7. Doorway Online - A collection of accessible educational games covering subjects such as Literacy, Number, Time and Money, Memory and Matching. Each activity has a range of accessibility and difficulty options.

Accessible Educational Activities - Doorway Online