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Exciting free resources available during school closures
Easy Peasy - Fun and games that are proven to help children's development - from birth to 5 years-old. Click here for more information and to register.
Twinkle describes itself as the trusted home of teacher-created planning and assessment materials and teaching resources. Perfect for inside and outside the classroom. Click here to explore.
Out Of The Ark - if you loved the songs the children sang during the nativity, then you'll love the free content offered by Out Of The Ark. Click here to find out more.
Hungry Little Minds is a resource offered by the Department for Education. Click here to find out about age appropriate resources to help promote playing and learning at home.
Love My Books offers loads of wonderful ways you can share books with your child/ren. Click here to find out more.
NHS Change For Life have a wonderful website offering engaging ways you can keep fit and active indoors. They also have healthy recipes on offer for you to make. Click here for more information.
ABC Does has a fabulous array of activities that you can do with your child at home, with a strong focus on play. Click here to explore.
The Natural History Museum has free virtual tours - if you can't go to the museum, let the museum come to you. Click here to take a tour.
BBC Teach are offering free educational podcasts which are fun and engaging for your child. Click here to subscribe so you don't miss out.
The National Literacy Trust have put together some resources for children from Birth to 4 years old. Click here to explore.
BBC are offering some programmes built around helping communication. Click here for the link.
Also on BBC, Dr Ranj has a wonderful knack of communicating with children. Here he helps explain coronavirus and sings a song about handwashing. Click here for the link.