Use this lesson, part of our International Women’s Day Unit, to talk about gender stereotypes with your children and get them thinking about bias and fairness.
Wondering how to keep kids entertained and not fall behind when you’re stuck at home? I’ve got you covered!
Here’s a whole program of simple play ideas you can do at home, using stuff you already have, to stop kids getting bored and still give you time to get on with other things.
20 days & more of screen free activities you can do at home with kids
Save time and teach better this winter.
This kit gives you everything you need for an educational and engaging snow and ice-themed curriculum.
With fun activities, lesson plans, and super useful printables you can teach about ice and snow, the Arctic and Antarctic, penguins and polar bears through science, math, literacy, art, craft, sensory, play and food.
Add sensory, hands-on fun to your winter learning with these winter literacy activities – with free printables!
12 winter literacy activities with free printables
Get creative this season with these ten winter art lesson plans for children. Using easy techniques and simple art materials your children can explore the colours, sensations, and science of the season through art.
10 winter art lesson plans for children
Use these winter math activities for a fun, hands-on, multisensory way to explore counting, symmetry, estimating, shapes, time, and more!