Stay and Play Messy Mondays
With our children spending more time indoors and playing online, it’s important to protect them from risks, the NSPCC has provided support with this.
Inexpensive and easy activities you can do with your children at home
Learning resources for children and adults
Lot’s of virtual activities on their Facebook page
Community-led charity supporting residents
Celebrate the World of books & reading! This is a great website to encourage a love of reading.
Reading charity supports children to develop a love of reading.
It helps you develop your child’s communication skills. Explore our simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
You’ll find some short videos and simple, fun activities that you and your child can do together. The activities are broken down by age, and has been put together by the government to help tackle the barriers some parents face in supporting their child’s learning at home, including time, confidence, and ideas of things to do.
There are suggestions for reading, talking, and writing, and there are ideas for play, art, and other creative activities to fire children’s imagination and extend their enjoyment of the stories.
View now for some fun poetry tasks that will help little ones build their vocabulary.
Moving to music is fun and enjoyable. Here’s a fun idea for creating a silly dance with children. All you need is music!