Providing children with an education and the opportunity to learn has never been more important, especially as many parents will need to adapt their home into a school environment for the coming weeks.
To help continue the learning experience at home, we’ve selected our top educational activities for children, all of which are available with a One4all Gift Card!
For keen explorers who love to learn about the world, this educational wall map from John Lewis is the perfect choice. Complete with 400 geographical illstrated facts about the globe, little ones will relish at the opportunity to study in a fun and creative way.
Bex Laminated Educational Wall Map, £15.99 from John Lewis
Turning playtime into an educational experience couldn’t be easier than with the Powerman Robot from Argos. Not only does he talk, dance and play music for a fun and interactive element, but he will also ask a range of questions about numbers and animals so children can learn from his robotic knowledge.
Powerman Learn and Play Educational Robot, £50.00, from Argos
Activity Learning Box
Help develop your child’s love of learning by making Maths and English more fun. WH Smith has got this easy learning activity box which is a great way to start, packed with colourful activities, posters, and so much more. It’s the perfect way to motivate children into studying at home and will boost their confidence in Maths and English.
Maths and English Activity Box, £13.79 from WH Smith
Reading and maintaining a repeated study schedule is a great way to ensure children continue learning. Waterstones has a wide range of key stage books to choose from, including this key stage three science book for those in year 7. Packed full of biology, chemistry and physics revision questions, these books are a great learning tool so kids can continue to expand their knowledge at home.
Make spelling fun with this Junior Scrabble game from the Early Learning Centre. It’s a great option for all the family whilst helping to improve children’s spelling skills in the process. The junior version combines child-friendly words and colourful pictures and encourages kids to match the letter titles with words on the board, making it a fun educational experience.