BFfC activity sheets or resources
- As a shout out and thank you to all children for staying indoors, give them their own certificate – download and print a Rainbow Certificate
- 40+ staying at home ideas for children
- For parents with children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) here are a few activities sheets: Joining your child’s play, Activities using visuals, Ready Steady Go Games, Tactile play activity ideas
- Get your kids moving with these fun, Disney inspired indoor games and activities from the NHS, Change4Life
- The parents hub on Twinkl’s website has lots of ideas, activities and resources which you can access when you sign up – have a look here
- The Literacy Trust has some great ideas, including encouraging children to write letters to people living in care homes, with #MyDearNewFriend
- Get Berkshire Active has a lots of activities and challenges to help you stay active with your children at home
- Audiobooks are free while schools are closed with Audible
- Earn eight Blue Peter badges by completing various tasks
- CBBC has activities on their website and a section dedicated to keeping busy at home.
- Each week Girl Guiding are releasing adventures and activities for 4 year olds to 18 year olds.
- Keep your children entertained by downloading the 30 day Lego challenge
- National Geographic Kids is a fun website, with resources to learn about animals, science, history and the world
- Craft ideas, quick quizzes, wonderful word searches and many more fun ideas to do indoors can be found on Roald Dahl‘s website.
- Lots of great ideas and resources to help kids and families connect with nature on the RSPB site.
- Sports England has launched a campaign to inspire us all to keep active: Stay In, Work Out
- From dough disco with nursery rhymes to 100 things to do indoors, Spread the Happiness have lots of ideas to entertain.
- There are some simple and fun activities on the Stephen Lawrence Day website that are about connecting with the community.