Kew Gardens have provided resources for your little ones during this period of homeschooling and lockdown. The internationally renowned botanical gardens are once again leading the way. Learn about plant and fungal science Click here to go to Kew for kids
Creating daily routine and structure for a 6 year old and crappy cakes for the family – week 3 or 4 of lockdown continues
When I lecture, facts can be really boring unless interspersed with a few anecdotes and bits of information. Did you know sharks share a lot of the same immunity as us? Anyway, here are a few fun facts shared from imgur about animals. I hope you enjoy them. Click here to find interesting facts
A good way to get your teenager out of their room- baking creations.
Amazon today canceled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone…
Joe Grove from the Institute of immunity and transplantation at UCL has made a short video to explain the corona virus to your children (aged 4-14).
It’s been 1 week in and these are my experiences thus far with all the resources, and videos that I have made.
Getting to the shops is a bit tricky. My 6 year old is eating the stuff non- stop so I’m about to run out. The milkman can deliver it but it’s so expensive. I remembered about 20 years ago in France I saw a machine that if you mixed a bit of normal yogurt with…
I don’t know about you but I find cooking a chore. Putting that ontop of homeschooling makes my day. Then tell me I don’t even have all my ingredients. Now thats a recipe for disaster. Luckily, there are some really tasty dishes I can belt out with very little in my cupboard. I also have…