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This great website has all sorts of child-friendly science experiments, and includes a section for Early Years

Phonics Play Comics - linked to each phonics phase

A couple of nice listening games to help with early phonics 

Fun phonics songs 

Alphablocks on CBeebies is a fun way of practising phonics

Here is a fun shape game

There are lots of learning ideas on this website.

Hungry Little Minds has lots of activities for children up to the age of 5, definitely worth exploring.

CBeebies has so much to offer, with videos, games and activities galore.

Classroom Secrets have made some awesome home learning packs for each year group.

A theatre company has made it free to watch a video of their play for young children called Whatever the Weather. There is also a storybook and an activity pack you can download and use as well.

The Scholastic website has two weeks worth of activities available for free, including reading and educational videos. It is from the USA, but is still a great resource.

Starfall is another site from the USA but with loads of great resources including Maths and Literacy games and books to read. You have to subscribe for full access, but a number of them are free.

Here are some websites with a great range of educational resources.

The Collins website has some resources for 3-5 year olds.

White Rose Maths have begun providing home learning lessons online, with videos and worksheets you can use. This resource looks fantastic!

Here are some Maths games to play online.

The Twinkl website has a wealth of resources they have made available. Click on the parent hub and check it out.

TTS have home learning packs for each year group to download





Click the book to find lots of books and story videos online:





Singing Medicine is providing videos of songs to join in with - you might just recognise some of them that Miss Capron-Tee uses! 

SingUp are working on providing a range of music videos and resources for free 

Young Voices are providing loads of videos to enjoy songs and dances at home

The BBC has lots of excellent music suitable for Nursery aged children

The Sing King You Tube channel has absolutely LOADS of karaoke backing tracks for all your favourite songs. Why don't you have a karaoke night once a week? You could even make your own fake microphone from a rolled up paper tube with a ball of scrunched up paper taped on top! 






You might find some inspiration for some art projects here 

Crayola have lots of colouring pages and activities to try at home 

Olaf Falafel is making some super fun art videos.






Join in with the nation doing your daily Joe Wicks workout on You Tube!

Cosmic Kids Yoga on You Tube

The Sports Partnership has provided some fantastic ideas for staying active at home for all the family

Here are some fun videos to keep little ones active with Boogie Beebies.

10 minute shake up activities based on Disney movies are a fun way to get moving.


We have signed up to this website for lots of free videos and dance routines for ages 4 and up:

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Here are some handy hints from Early Years Northumberland:


  • Keep to a routine - this should be flexible but with boundaries. Getting up, dressed and having breakfast as normal before starting on any fun activities you have planned will help. All children benefit from routines to help them feel safe and secure. In this unusual times, having a structure to the day will help to establish a feeling of ‘normality’ for our youngest children who may be struggling to make sense of what is happening.


  • Let your child lead the learning - what do they love to do? What aspirations do they have?


  • Learn something new - share with your child the things you also love to do.


  • Spend time outside - every day, no matter the weather. It doesn’t have to be long. Play in the mud or splash in the rain, or go on a walk. It will be good for everyone’s health!


  • Limit screen time (ideally no more than 1 hour each day) - when possible, support them to access educational programmes and apps.


  • Share stories every day - not only is this a great way of supporting your child’s language and literacy skills, it will be a time for you to connect together.


  • Keep it simple! The best experiences you share together will be the ones with little fuss where you can focus on just enjoying the experience together.