Craft aquariumMake this fantastic homemade aquarium and the day will go swimmingly!
Making a mini table footballLooking for a craft project to entertain the whole family? This DIY Football game is a fun art project for sports fans and craft lovers alike! This and more on BirdsEye.co.uk/lifehacks (43 seconds long)
Storyteller Videos - from Oxford OwlsWatch professional storytellers read some of our favourite chapter books from Read with Oxford and Story Sparks. Drusilla’s selfish friend Hagbag comes to visit, Clare wins the competition of her dreams, and vegetable-dodger Doug Lugg gets turned into a slug!
One Plymouth - 360 ViewIf you have not been to The Hoe for a while, this is a 360 degree view from Smeaton's Tower.
Plymouth Libraries - Free Comics and MagazinesDownload digital copies of magazines, comics and newspapers for free from your computer, smartphone or tablet using the RBdigital App. We have available for you to download: 110 magazine titles Over 1500 comic titles Over 3000 newspaper publications
Oxfam Home Learning InspirationA message from Oxfam: Until it’s time for everyone to go back to school, we will be sharing fun and educational activities to use at home with children aged 7-14. Whether you are a parent looking for creative ideas during lockdown, or a teacher supporting families to learn remotely we have something for you!
VE Day events and activitiesJoin people across Plymouth to celebrate and commemorate VE Day 75 from the safety of your own home on Friday 8 May 2020. Visit Plymouth have got lots of resources to help, including 1940s themed recipes, hair and dance tutorials and children's activities, as well as archive images and footage of Plymouth during the Second World War.
Sea Life - London AquariumThis is a link to the Home Learning page. However, they also have Live Streaming on Friday 17th April at 1pm on their Instagram page. This will be of their colony of Gentoo penguins.
Science ExperimentsThis is a website full of science experiments that you can view, or try at home.
Reading Aloud - Famous AuthorsScholastic: We’ve asked our favourite authors to read one chapter from their books to help you keep children engaged and excited about reading. Where possible, we’ll include links to free teaching resources to make your lesson planning even simpler. What are you waiting for? Click on the video of your choice to start the story!
44 Paper AirplanesOn this link, you will find instructions for how to make lots and lots of different paper airplanes, some easy and some very hard. How far will your plane fly?
Coronavirus: A Book For ChildrenA free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler. The book answers key questions in simple language appropriate for 5 to 9 year olds: • What is the coronavirus? • How do you catch the coronavirus? • What happens if you catch the coronavirus? • Why are people worried about catching the coronavirus? • Is there a cure for the coronavirus? • Why are some places we normally go to closed? • What can I do to help? • What’s going to happen next? This book is accessible to every child and family and so the book is offered totally free of charge to anyone who wants to read it.
The Positive Print Event - calling all Year 5 artists.The Printery, on Multey Plain, would like you to symbolise the word ‘positive’. They encourage you to print, collage, draw, pattern or paint your idea. The work needs to be A5 in size, and can be in black & white or in colour. Age is no limit, young or old, and families too. They just want you to get involved. They will be putting on an open-house exhibition in the summer (date to be confirmed) with their favourite pieces. Any work sold at the exhibition will be donated to a Covid-19 charity to show appreciation for our brilliant NHS!