Resources to support learning
There are so many resources out there for support, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are a few suggestions of places to look for ideas and learning resources for your family.
Online educational resources
The Department for Education has produced an inital list of online educational resources to help children of all ages to learn at home. The list is broken down into subjects and they are all free.
There's also information for parents of children too young to attend school. See the suggested activities for 2- to 4-year-olds.
Tricky to teach topics
A PACEY study of 2,000 parents identified the skills that parents find hardest to teach young children. We go through the top 10 skills that parents found 'tricky to teach' and we have provided resources to support these.
Play to learn - Facebook group
PACEY has developed a specific Facebook group 'Play to learn - activities to try at home with your child' to provide an environment that promotes and shares simple activities/routines that can be created and delivered at home for little or no cost, whilst supporting children’s learning and development in England. It's a great place for both parents and providers.
We have specific tips to help parents with their two-year-olds. You'll find top tips, videos, case studies, downloadable tools and other essential ideas to help you develop your 2-year-old provision in our Together for Twos spotlight area.
Building Bright Futures
This free magazine distributed across England and Wales gives professional early leanring and childcare advice for your family. Full of ideas for learning and advice on a range of subjects, from indoor activities and nutrition to early learning skills. Created in association with PACEY. You can explore the latest issues here.