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Useful Websites


This is a really useful website with a wealth of activities, ideas and advice for ALL ages.

Including a schedule of the week for 0-5years, songs and rhymes to watch and follow, how to keep children active at home, tips on eating, sleeping, life as a parent, pregnancy, helping language/ child development.

Lockdown learning activities and advice, SEND resources. Plus links to the Early Years Foundation Stage, Baby Club, BBC school radio with more songs and rhymes and CBeebies with Mr Tumble singing Nursery Rhymes using Makaton signing.

This is a government website to support families with children of ALL ages.
It has simple, fun activities for children, from 0- 5.
The short videos are really informative with simple activities to share with your child.
There is also some guidance on choosing educational apps eg CBeebies storytime.

Helping families continue early childhood education at home.

More ideas to do with your child at home.

This website has free booklets of activities and advice which can be downloaded. 

https://www.worldbookday.com/share-a-story-corner/  listen and watch as books are read https://stories.audible.com/start-listen  stories to listen to
https://wordsforlife.org.uk/ - advice from The National Literacy Trust.


We like this website and use it at nursery to help the children have an understanding of counting, number quantity and recognising numerals - we like the way games can be adapted.

BBC Cbeebies website  - number songs are a great way to learn number concepts.

Physical Health and Wellbeing

NHS Change 4 Life has plenty of fun, physical ideas for children at home to ensure they are staying active, with a focus on indoor games.

Follow the Brighton and Hove Healthy Lifestyles team’s Facebook page for activities for all ages! They are posting online content, a weekly challenge every Wednesday, and have turned the 5 ways to wellbeing into the 5 days to wellbeing, posting something everyday to keep you healthy during this time. Find them on Twitter and Facebook.

Cosmic Kids Yoga has an extensive collection of YouTube yoga exercises for children linked to storytelling.

The Positive Psychology organisation have mindfulness activities suitable for young children which may be of interest.

Wellbeing advice for parents and carers to access is available on the Brighton and Hove City Council information pages.

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