Tag: activities

Sports Activities for Young Children

Are you looking for sports based activities for your children to try out? Sports are fantastic for helping children to develop their gross motor skills (find out more about gross motor skills here). Gross motor skills aren’t just helpful for running, jumping and climbing they are also important […]

Under The Sea Activities for Kids

Looking for under the sea themed activities for children? We’ve created a list of fun under the sea based activities to try, feel free to adapt them to suit your child. (If your child isn’t into this, don’t worry you could adapt the activities to another theme too) […]

Dinosaur Activities for Kids

Does your child enjoy learning about dinosaurs and playing with toy dinosaurs? Have a go at some of our dinosaur themed activities for children below. It turns out there’s a lot of content about dinosaurs on my blog (who knew!) so please enjoy having a look through at […]

STEM based activities for Kids

We’ve created a list of activities for children to learn about science, technology, maths and engineering. Feel free to adapt them to suit your child. (If your child isn’t into this, don’t worry you could adapt the activities to another theme too) Here’s some further info and instructions […]

Telling the Time Activity Pack

Last week I wrote about recommended resources for helping to learn to tell the time (read it here). Telling the Time can be a really challenging area for so many children and a tricky concept to understand and apply. One thing I was asked was if I would […]

Home Schooling Videos for Primary Aged Children

Looking for inspiration for home schooling tomorrow? Everyday during the first lockdown I recorded free home learning activities on my YouTube Channel for primary age/level children. I’ve started filming them again for this latest lockdown in 2021 too. Please help me by sharing far and wide and subscribing […]

Phase 1 Phonics Activities

What is Phonics? It can seem a bit daunting when you’re encouraged to help support your child with their phonics. Many of us weren’t taught to read and write using phonics ourselves and the first time we come across it may be when our children started at nursery […]