Thursday 19 March 2020

FREE Online Learning Resources for Home Schooling

So i've been finding lots of websites are doing Learning Resources for Kids which include activities and printables.

Today I have spent the day looking in lots of different places for different ones and I thought that I would help you out and save you the job of searching for them by putting them all in one big list here. 


I will keep updating the list as I find them, and I will try and find a range of ages though I mostly have things for Lily's age (5)

So I hope that this will be helpful during this fun time of home schooling. 




Orchard Toys have a full section of things to do, from printables, recipe ideas, colouring, and craft ideas. It is all super easy to download and its all FREE! Perfect for children aged 3-7 years old. 

LovewritingCo (in the photo above) is an amazing company for helping your little one to learn to write. If you head to the orange band at the bottom and pop in your email they will send you some free letter practice, perfect for children aged 3-5 years old. They also have some lovely Mothers day printables too. 

Schooltastic have popped up a facebook post that has some links to some great downloadables for your children of a wide age range. 

Twinkl takes 2 seconds to sign up to and then if you search FREE it comes up with all the different packages you can download. There is an amazing range here, reading tasks, maths, literacy, fun things to do and more. They are all really good learning base resources and again have a wide range of things for different ages. 

The Learning Apps has some Free Colouring and Easy Letter Printable sheets for children aged 3-5 years. 

Indoor Activities - Of corse your children are going to want some down time to and some fun activities, so here you can see a list of things to do indoors. 

Easter Lacing Cards - Learning Resource has popped a cute Easter Activity with Free Downloadable on their blog. 

Green Bean have some cute downloadable sheets with Colouring in, and making fun finger puppets. 

Kiddy Charts have some good printable reward charts and healthy eating charts which may come in handy at the moment. 

Stevie Doodles has 1000's of Free downloadable colouring sheets and even some Harry Potter ones which will go down very well. 

Woo! Jr has lots of fun ideas as well as printables for Easter and Spring which will be great to get seen as the kids will be missing Easter activities next week in school. 

Im sure there will be loads more out there for me to tell you about so as soon as I find more I shall update this. 

Hope this helps you stay sane and your kids stay entertained. 

14 comments:

  1. Some great online help here which i think will be needed long term

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  2. Excellent - will prove invaluable

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  4. Thanks for the links. I'm also busy finding learning resources for my daughter to use with my granddaughter. She's in Reception, so in the middle of learning how to read and to do basic arithmetic. I found some great phonics-based reading materials at Jolly Phonics (www.jollylearning.co.uk/resource-bank/). They have parent / teacher instruction notes, and lots of worksheets for children learning to read.

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  7. A really helpful post. Thank you. Have been using only one so will check the others out.

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  8. Some great ideas here. Cant believe it is nearly the end of week two.

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  9. Thank you for the information - lots of brilliant and fun things to do :)

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  10. Some great links here for my grandchildren to use!

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  11. This seems really useful during this hard time

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