Whether they’ll admit it or not, kids up and down the country might actually start to miss going to school. Keep them entertained and learning at home with these online resources.
Primary School Resources: Early Learning – KS2
Education resource company TTS have put together three activity books for children in their early years through to age 11. They can be downloaded for free through this link!
TES have done a similar thing here, and you can refine each of the resources by subject and age to make sure you’ve got everything covered. What’s more through this link you’ll find plenty of interactive educational games and booklets for children in primary school.
Twinkl are running daily timetables of live-taught online lessons for ages 3-11, so they’ve done all the work for you making sure that you’re kids are covering every subject.
Senior School Resources: KS3 – GCSE
BBC Bitesize has been a well-known lifeline many students with games, activities and worksheets covering most subjects.
For a limited time TeachIt are providing free access to their resources, with downloadable PDF lessons for KS3 and GCSE level. Click on any of the links below to register and access everything for free!
You probably know by now that body coach and fitness guru Joe Wicks has become the internet’s P.E teacher getting kids and grown-ups alike moving for 30 minutes a day. Get the whole family up and ready to join in live at 9AM GMT or catch-up at any time throughout the day by heading over to The Body Coach YouTube page.
There’s nothing like the promise of food to keep kids (or anyone, really) quiet. Here are over 100 recipes to cook for and with your kids including some Easter-friendly fruity treats and some festive slime!
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