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Easter Maths from Twinkl Resources

Since it will be the Easter weekend soon I thought it would be nice to find some fun, Easter themed, where possible puzzly type maths pages for the kids. In past years when the kids where younger I found a … Continue reading

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Medieval Topic Packs

This past week I have still been out of it with the virus and as such we kept the home education routine to our scaled back version but the kids actually surprised us and ended up doing quite a bit … Continue reading

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Some ideas from the Activity Village site

Whether you are a home educator or a parent who suddenly has to help with distance learning while the kids are at home there are a number of useful pages from the Activity Village website. So with everything going on … Continue reading

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What’s Where in the World. Informative and eye-catching book

Last year my son spotted a very well-read (trying to be polite for scruffy and torn) book in our local library and immediately was totally engrossed with it. So he borrowed the book and kept renewing it for as long … Continue reading

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The Teachit Secondary Subject Sites

I have been using the Teachitprimary site for a few years now and it is a really useful site. It contains worksheets and pages for all the subjects covered in UK primary schools and as I have mentioned before if … Continue reading

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Learning with your arm in a cast

Over the weekend my daughter ended up fracturing her right elbow (well, we think it is fracture we have to wait until the swelling goes down for more x-rays). But it means her right arm has been placed in a … Continue reading

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What’s the Matter? Board Game for KS2 Science

My son is very much someone who remembers things that HE finds interesting or amusing but if it is not something he is interested it he seems to forget it very quickly. He loves animals so biology has always been … Continue reading

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