Yellow Door provide a unique range of inspiring and innovative literacy and maths resources to support early years, Key Stage 1 and special needs education. From multisensory games to interactive software, we’ve combined hands-on learning with open ended technology to promote communication and language, collaborative play and creativity across the curriculum.

Traditional Tales Series

These six Traditional Tales stories, facts and games offer a fantastic resource for literacy and language development. The stories are told in word, rhyme and song. Children listen and interactively engage by turning the pages of the book and animating the objects on a page. Each book is truly engaging and encourages an enthusiasm for listening to stories and interacting with characters and objects.

Children can retell stories in a sequencing game or tell their own version of the stories alongside animated pages. These personalised stories are very simple to record and children love listening to the stories they told. There is also an opportunity for older children to write and publish their storybooks.

Alongside the stories facts about the items in the story are provided in activities, wider understanding information pages and games. These are ideal for wider reading, understanding and collaborative play and learning.

The Billy Goats Gruff

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

Three Little Pigs

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

Goldilocks and The Three Bears

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

Little Red Riding Hood

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

Jack and The Beanstalk

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

The Gingerbread Man

Areas of Learning

Communication & Language, Literacy, Personal Social and Emotional, Understanding the World

Early Learning Goals

Listening & Attention, Understanding, Speaking, Reading, Writing, Making relationships, Self-confidence and self awareness, The world, Technology

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More titles available

We have some amazing more titles available from Yellow Door for you to enjoy. Take a look through the list below and see which ones suit you.

Listening Collection

It is important to encourage young  children to develop listening skills. These skills provide a firm foundation for language development. This collection offers animated nursery rhymes, environmental sounds, letter sounds, sound stories plus many engaging interactive games.

Eight well – loved nursery rhymes engage young children in a mix of rhythm, rhyme, songs, games and fact pages. Each nursery rhyme contains the following activities: Sing with me – Follow the animated rhyme as it is sung.

Picture play – Explore the content of the different animations, discovering all sorts of quirky nursery rhyme secrets. Play and learn – Play interactive games to explore the language and numeracy learning opportunities provided by each rhyme.

Find out about – Discover a treasure trove of interactive non-fiction games and activities tailored to each rhyme.

These attractive pictures, animations and catchy songs offer an enjoyable, multisensory approach to teaching letter sounds and letter shapes at the same time. There is a song and picture for every letter of the alphabet. The engaging activities provide flexible support for any phonics scheme encouraging children to want to practise letter sounds repeatedly.

Children attentively listen and watch how letters are formed or interactively repeat letter sounds, sing the songs and create their own letter shapes.

These games develop listening skills which are vital for early language development. Children choose to visit the seaside, the country, the street or the park, As they go on a listening walk they discover familiar and new sounds by interacting with the scene.

These sounds are then incorporated in animated song with real sound effects. Further games offer children the challenge of identifying sounds and creating simple three sounds stories.

Early Writing Collection

This collection encourages hand eye coordination and fine motor control which leads to well formed handwriting and confident writers. It covers simple mark making in Pre-Writing with opportunities for children to follow various shapes. Letter Formation and Number Formation focus on forming the correct shapes . Young writers initially write with their fingers and can then write with a stylus on screen to encourage the correct pencil grip.

Pre-writing activities help young children develop fine motor skills and the language to talk about shape and pattern. This app consolidates mark making skills and supports the early development of good letter formation. Select a pebble from the array and watch its pattern created by the fish in the rock pool. Trace the track of the bubbles with your finger, watching your pattern appear. Choose the same or a different pebble from the array to continue practising. Teacher options provide the facility to select what patterns the user can access for more focused work. There are 10 different patterns plus a free drawing option.