We're in this together
The Education Team at the Youth Commission have been on the hunt for useful and secure websites that can support you with your children’s learning from home. We hope you find the variety of links useful and your children enjoy using them. The websites below are a few that can provide you with a wide variety of learning styles; from Maths, Science, Technology, History, Geography to singing, dancing and Arts & Crafts.
The Complete K-5 Math Learning Programme Built for Your Child.
for activities linked with books. You can listen to some online stories on their YouTube Channel.
Highlights is a beloved global media brand dedicated to helping children become curious, creative, caring, and confident through engaging content and experiences that are focused on nurturing and developing the whole child.
National Geographic has been igniting the explorer in all of us for 132 years through groundbreaking storytelling from the best and brightest scientists, explorers, photographers, and filmmakers in the world.
An amusement park of games, lessons and more, designed to teach math and make it FUN.
Educational resources that are age-appropriate, relevant and trustworthy.
Projects to build home libraries and support families to develop a daily habit of reading, both of which are key factors in growing lifelong readers.
A zoo where visitors can make new animals using interactive multimedia.
Activities, crafts, and printables provide hours of Seussian ideas to engage your child in playful learning.
New, exciting ways of learning with the help of fun online games, videos, experiments, puzzles, colouring sheets, and more.
Lots of fun, educational activities.
IXL is personalised learning, with a comprehensive curriculum, individualised guidance and real-time analytics.
Teacher-created resources providing entire schemes of work, lesson planning and assessments right through to online educational games, augmented reality and so much more.
Crafts, printables and educational resources.
Nursery Rhymes and kids songs, with lyrics, music and videos.
However, it’s NOT all about structured learning.
Let your inner Teacher come out!!! This is an opportunity for you to embrace your imagination too! Be creative with how you support your children’s learning- it doesn’t all have to be structured learning. Learning comes in many formats- it can also be playing Lego, painting, building dens, gardening, identifying local wildlife and plants, role playing, talent shows, cooking and baking. Why not try holding your own family assemblies? Or Show and Tell?
So…..Go for It and let your imagination go wild!!!!
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