Resources, fun ideas and activities for children at home - Coronavirus
Resources, fun ideas and activities for children at home
The following resources, fun ideas and activities for you and your children can be done in the home.
Sensory Play activities (PDF, 454KB)
Activity ideas for helping your child develop attention skills (DOCX, 25KB)
Basic cooking skills to teach young children (DOCX, 23KB)
Now and next board (DOCX, 17KB)
Using recyclable materials (DOCX, 12KB)
Early Years interactive learning links (PDF, 2.5MB)
Year 1 interactive learning links (PDF, 1.8MB)
Year 2 interactive learning links (PDF, 2MB)
Year 3 interactive learning links (PDF, 2.3MB)
Year 4 interactive learning links (PDF, 2.2MB)
Year 5 interactive learning links (PDF, 2.2MB)
Year 6 interactive learning links (PDF, 1.9MB)
CBeebies helps pre-schoolers learn whilst they play fun games, watch clips, sing songs and make things with their favourite CBeebies characters and shows.
Activities and fun ideas to keep your child learning if your school is closed.
We have lots of advice and activities to help your child continue building the skills and knowledge they need should your school be closed. We’ll be making more resources available over the coming weeks, so keep checking back.
A range of ICT games to support English and Maths.
Online games that support your child’s phonic knowledge.PhonicsPlay logo
Maths lessons with supporting videos for all age groups – this is being updated each day.White Rose Maths logo
Useful information about ways to keep safe while online – suitable for all ages including parents
Click on the links to access some of the website that could be used for learning. Please be aware that these are external websites and children should be supervised when using them.
We have worked hard to ensure that every link provided on this page has been thoroughly checked before being published. However we do not have control over third party content and therefore cannot be liable for any changes made to it. Please check that each website is suitable for your child before you allow them access to it. We cannot be held responsible for any in apps
Your child would have learnt some rules for staying safe while being online. Ask your child to explain them to you and support them to follow the rules. Further information is available on the CEOP website.
- Age Bands
11-14 years old
0-4 years old
5-10 years old