Many schools will be setting some work for children at home, but this may be limited leaving children with time to fill.
We list below some sources of learning activities that can be used at home.
|Hungry Little Minds||Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five|
|Kent Children’s University Spring Challenge||Don’t be put off by ‘university’ in the name. These activities are fun for children of all abilities. |
KCU’s runs three challenges every year. For spring this year activities have been “designed to support your family with social distancing and self-isolation”.
|KCU/CU/TEP Home learning resources||Kent Children’s University has been working with other Children’s University managers across the UK, as well as services within The Education People, to create a sizeable resource of home learning activities, Challenge materials and ideas to support children aged 4+ keep creative, entertained, active and busy during these unpredictable times.|
|BBC Bitesize||Daily content that supports you as schools close across the UK, to help you with your education and wellbeing|
|The Great Indoors||Keep your kids learning new skills and having fun (and avoid hearing ‘I’m bored’ from the Scouts|
|Try this at home||Explore nature at home, in your garden or local outdoor space with the Natural History Museum|
|Science Museum||Learning resources that can be used at home from the Science Museum Group|