There are currently 506,400 full time teachers in the UK, all working hard to educate, engage and entertain children at home. Without school resources in easy reach, it must be difficult to generate new activities, daily for pupils. Here are some free resources to help teachers (and parents) continue to support the children who are learning from home at this time.
Our top choices this week are:
Speech Link Multimedia’s Parent Portal is solely focused on supporting children with their speech, language and communication needs. With a wide range of resources, games and activities – this is the ideal place to support your children with SLCN.
Download some great activity cards to boost creativity, improve concentration, inspire positivity and aid relaxation with Mindful Monsters.
Litfilmfest have created literacy lessons to guide your class with their writing whilst working on their mindfulness.
Find active learning resources, a full PE curriculum, as well as mental health and wellbeing resources at Imoves.
The NHS Worcestershire Health and Care Trust have created some informational resources for you to use to male supporting your children a little easier.
Sign up for free this June and take part in the Wildlife Trust’s nature challenge, 30 days wild.
Create a story together with Pobble’s daily picture and questions to help your children be inspired.