Looking after children and would like some ‘what should we do today?’ inspiration…..
The HAPI Cook-a-long
If you are looking for some cooking inspiration for the children or just love Richard Shaw (I mean who doesn’t?) Using a range of fridge, cupboard and freezer food, he will be providing free tuition videos on his facebook page every Wednesday. You can find his facebook page under ‘Cooking Together Wales’
The Worlds Worst Children
David Walliams has confirmed he will be releasing a free audio story each day for the next 30 days to help keep children entertained amid the coronavirus lockdown. Click here
Time for some Maths….
Carol Vordamanis offering free maths lessons to children aged between four and 11 while schools are closed.
When you visit themathsfactor.com, there is a button allowing users to join for free.
Tric a Chlic is one of the most popular resources that Canolfan Peniarth has published. The Tric a Chlic resource is a progressive and systematic synthetic phonic reading programme for the Foundation Phase, which incorporates three steps. Following the success of the scheme within primary schools across Wales, Canolfan Peniarth has now developed two apps to go with the programme.
This edition of the app is compatible with mobile phones as well as tablets. Find and download on your app store.
What are you doing at 11am each week day? why not joing the kids craft club at Hobbycraft for some daily kids crafting? Click here
Playing actively in and around the home
In times of uncertainty, playing is important for children and teenagers. Parents and carers are facing a worrying time as schools and activities that normally keep their children active are closed. Despite this new stress, children will still want and need to play. Playing helps children explore, learn about their world and feel happy. Making sure there is time, space and freedom to play is a great way of making sure everyone is keeping active and having fun! Our latest resource – Playing actively in and around the home – includes information about:
- The importance of play in times of stress
- What the UK Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines say
- Ensuring children are active whilst socially distancing
- Playing actively indoors
- Play ideas for parents.
- Click here to download the resource