Somerset Art Works is excited to launch - At Home With Nature
A beautiful nature and creativity project for families and schools during this time of social distancing. Whatever your age and ability, we’d love you to join in and be part of this collective, community activity! Get creative while finding out about insects, birds, fish, beetles and butterflies!
Some examples and how to apply for the art Competition
Staying in touch with Grandparents
Many children now find themselves separated from their grandparents due to social distancing or cautionary measures to prevent their grandparents' possible exposure to the virus. This sudden change in their normal routine and a lack of in-person contact with their grandparents can cause anxiety, stress and confusion among children. Our experts offer helpful tips for grandparents on how to talk to their grandchildren about this separation.
Even when schools are closed, kids can still be learning and active. Click the document below to learn about 10 fun and educational family activities you can do with the children in your life to keep little minds growing!
If you have access to the internet at home, Save the Children has compiled FREE educational tools as well as phone and tablet apps to help keep kids learning while at home. Click the document below for the list.
The five steps to mental wellbeing . Connect – connect with people around you: family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. Spend time developing these relationships. Be active – take a walk, go cycling or play football. Find an activity you enjoy and make it part of your life.
McDonalds Family Fun Hub
A new hub packed with creative and interactive activities, games eBooks and football videos - with hours of enjoyment for your kids and the whole family.
Nosy Crow Story
Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.
Visit the Video resource centre for lots of PE activities by Mr Irish
Reading resource- your child will have their login details
Children will have their own login details