COVID-19 Wellbeing resources: 

This is a very strange time for us all however, for some children, it can also be very confusing and stressful. So many children are feeling worried and anxious because they are living through a situation that they have never experienced before. Clare Shaw Children’s Books have created a book to help alleviate some of that stress and help you explain Covid-19 to your child. Click here to read the book now. 

ColorVeil
If you suffer from visual stress, ColorVeil adds a customisable colour filter over your Desktop, Internet browser, video player, document, email, or program. You can work, play, read, write, or browse as usual! To download, click here.

Self-Isolation Activities for children

 

Activity 1

The National Literacy Trust have carried on their activity from the first lockdown to encourage children to write letters to the elderly in care homes to brighten their day.

If you would like to participate, Click the link to take you to The National Literacy Trust website where they have lots of information and resources for you to use.

Find out more

Activity 2

As we are all at home, our screen time is only going to increase. Don’t worry though, there’s lots of fun actives to do that are away from your screen. Can you complete all of these non-screen activities from Pobble?
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Activity 3

If you are working at home with your children, there are lots of great resources out there for you to use. Twinkl Resources are offering FREE activity packs for children working from home during lockdown.

Check it out by clicking the link below:

Activity 4

Apple have published 30 creative activities for you to do during lockdown! Can you complete them all?
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Activity 5

Choose one of the zoos listed below:
Go to their website, find three animals that interest you and create a fact file for for each one. You can use PowerPoint, Word or make a leaflet and make sure to be as creative as possible!

Activity 6

The National Literacy Trust and The National Oak Library are providing a free eBook a week from its author of the week! The first Virtual School Library author of the week is Jacqueline Wilson!
You can read her most popular book, The Story of Tracy Beaker, for FREE below, find out more about Jacqueline’s inspiration for writing in an exclusive video and download fun activities to try at home, including a mask, a wordsearch and a brilliant quiz! Click here for more information.

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