We're an edtech company at heart, but we're also aware that too much screen time can have a negative effect on children's well-being. Our previous non-screen activities proved really popular. With that in mind, we've created 25 more, best of all they support writing at home... Or wherever you are learning!
Many parents find it difficult to know the best way to support their child’s literacy learning, but it's not as difficult as it seems. As long as you can encourage them to form good reading and writing habits, it will make a big difference in your child’s attitude to learning. Choosing from these activities will help! We hope you find these ideas useful to incorporate into your home learning plan.
You can find 100 more activities to get the kids off the screens, but still having some serious fun right here.
If you're looking for writing inspiration check out Pobble 365. As well as being recommended by the Department for Education for home learning, Pobble 365 has recently been named in Waitrose’s 6 of the best websites to keep kids happy. The site is a brilliant option for something that’s high quality, simple to use and will help develop your children’s literacy skills. Here are 5 ways parents can use Pobble 365 to support literacy learning at home.