Kids at home?

  • March 25, 2020

A list of free resources to keep your kids occupied at home!


Some good advice in this article in the Guardian:



KIDS – Educational & Entertainment




Joe Wicks – Every weekday at 9am 



General learning:


BBC Bitesize- lessons and explanations for all subjects with videos and games: 


Twinkl- Learning resources for Foundation to KS3. Temporary free unlimited membership with code ‘UKTWINKLHELPS’ 





Audible – Offering Free Kids stories:


Authors reading books aloud: 


Free eBooks: 


Oliver Jeffers (author and illustrator) reads a book live on his Instagram page every day at 6pm 





Images with questions to inspire writing and support inference skills 




Times Tables Rockstars- Times tables fluency app/game 


Numbots- Number, number bonds, addition and subtraction fluency app/game 


Maths games 


White Rose Maths Home Learning 





Virtual tours of Museums across the world 


TV – BBC IPlayer – Horrible Histories




Live science streaming from Glasgow Science Centre 





Practise coding skills while playing games


Coding application 


Dance Mat Typing- practise touch typing skills


One thing to keep kids and adults entertained is seeing a 3D animal in your house or garden: Head over to Google Search app or Chrome, and look for an animal in the search box. Next, tap on “View in 3D,” and a 3Dmodel will appear on your screen. You can rotate and get a 360-degree view of the animal.