Lockdown is a funny time. It is a time for discovery, a time to appreciate your nearest and dearest and it is a time to organise your time. To paraphrase Charles Dickens; It was the best of times, it was the worst of timesDavid Copperfield One of the things that has worked is cake baking.…
Creating daily routine and structure for a 6 year old and crappy cakes for the family – week 3 or 4 of lockdown continues
A good way to get your teenager out of their room- baking creations.
It’s been 1 week in and these are my experiences thus far with all the resources, and videos that I have made.
Science is all about observation, really. You see things and wonder why. Children have this natural curiosity about them and if you can feed it, then all the better.This section will slowly build up these skills over the next few weeks.We will start with things from my garden- as that is what I have access…
If you want a general curriculum that stretches from younger to older children. These are for you. (BBC bitesize is a favourite) Click on the image to go to the page.
Where to begin…… There is a webpage link below that has brilliantly constructed classes and other things about space. Click the link here Space programme for kids. Watch some online shenanigans with Prof Brian Cox. Click on the image to go to the page.
When you are confined to your house, exercise is important not only for your physical but also your mental well being.
If you dont’ know about sewing much, there are plenty of sites that can help you. Here are a few live I have found on Insatgram and Facebook
I don’t get to go to the theatre much but I think I can now. The national theatre is live screening it’s plays whilst everything in London is shut down. Why not join them?