Twinkl have very kindly made an offer to all schools which will allow parents and carers access to their resources free of charge. They are offering a One Month Ultimate Membership so that your children can have access to high-quality resources whilst learning at home. Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS.
Scholastic is currently offering a 'Learn at Home' programme. This is targeted at American pupils but can be accessed by anyone and has some lovely day-by-day learning opportunities. Pre K is aged below 5, Kindergarten ages 5-6 and Grade 1 age 6-7.
They currently have 5 days worth of lesson for each year group and are looking to add an additional 15 days to support any children who have had to self-isolate or are being home educated.
BBC Bitesize has a wide range of guides, clips and games to support your child's learning across the entire curriculum. These are fun and interactive with ideas for further activities that can be completed. This resource is completely free to all parents and carers.
Classroom Secrets have created some free Home Learning Packs for each Year Group. The EYFS pack aimed at Reception children contains practical ideas. The Year 1 and Year 2 packs contain Maths, Grammar Punctuation and Spelling, Reading and practical ideas resources. Click on the first link below to take you to these resources.
Classroom Secrets also have a range of online Interactive Resources which are being offered free of charge during this period. Simply sign up to their Kids section. Click on the 2nd link below to get to the sign up page and scroll down to the bottom.
TTS have created two Home Learning Packs: Exciting Learning Opportunities for Early Years and My Activity Book for 5 - 7 year olds. The Exciting Learning Pack has lots of practical ideas for songs rhymes, games, stories, simple experiments and art activities. It also includes some nice letter and numeral formation cards. My Activity Book contains a range of worksheets, experiments and activity ideas across the curriculum.
Follow the 1st link below for the Exciting Learning Pack and the 2nd link for My Activity Book.
National Geographic for Kids
National Geographic for kids has lots of resources for Primary Age children and covers a range of curriculum areas.
Lots of ideas for different curriculum areas. Ideas for using story books for cross curricular topics.
Teacher's Pet are currently offering free Home Learning Packs for EYFS (Reception children) and Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2). There are already 2 available and they are planning to release a new one every Friday for the next few weeks.
We are teachers
This site has a link to lots of Nature Webcams. They would be great for Science work on animal behaviours, habitats, animal groups etc. You could also use them to do some Geography work on which continent and which country they come from and what the weather is like there.
This part of the BBC web-site has lots of curriculum videos for a range of different National Curriculum subjects. Videos are also available for other age ranges too.
Edinburgh Zoo have a series of live web-cams for their animals. Might be useful for your alphabet of activities. Other zoos also have these available - Melbourne is one of them. You could learn about animal behaviours, animal groups, where they live etc so great for Science and Geography.
One Day Creative
One Day Creative are a company who normally offer a range of workshops in Schools. They did our Mindfulness Workshop, the Year 2 WWII / Remembrance one and the Year 1 Dragon Tales. They are now offering mini sessions on their You Tube Channel for children and parents to access at home.
ABC does home learning
Alistair Bryce-Clegg and the lovely folks at ABC Does have been busy creating 50 Fantastic Ideas To Try At Home. There are some great practical ideas in here that don't cost lots of money. Have fun!
30 Day Lego Challenge
Do you love Lego? Want to have some non-screen time? Why not try the 30 Day Lego Challenge?