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Be guided by your child's school. Check out the learning information on the school website or speak to your child's class teacher.
Get your child to create their own learning timetable. They’ll be more likely to stick to it.
Keep the learning sessions in short bursts.
Get creative. Get messy! Painting, water play or slime making will keep your child interested
Include some physical activity during the day. Get outside if you can. Go for a walk, or a bike ride. Hula hooping, skipping, kicking a ball around, playing 'It' or hide and seek. Kids need 60 minutes activity each day. Or you could try these 10-minute shake-ups.
Enjoy the garden or outdoor space. Get the kids involved in planting seeds. Give them their own space to grow their own veggies or flowers. Younger children could do a scavenger hunt or go bug hunting.
Get them to write a diary each day. Even just a short paragraph. History in the making!
Get them involved in the kitchen. Help making dinner or doing some baking, weighing and measuring are great maths skills.
Write to a school friend or a family member they won’t see for some time. Try to restrict screen time. Set an allocated time when phones, tablets and TV are all switched off.