Home Learning Educational Resources
With so many parents now at home with their children during the COVID-19 pandemic, PACEY have put together some resources written by childcare and early years experts to help parents support children’s learning at home.
This factsheet will support parents with getting their children ready for school with regards to maths confidence.
This factsheet will help parents to get their children ready for school in regards to developing literacy skills at home.
This factsheet will support parents to get children ready for school in regards to building confidence.
This factsheet has been developed to help nurseries support parents and children with English as an Additional Language (EAL) during the lockdown period.
Parents can join the free myNDNA community for blogs, activities and tips.
This digital service for families offers fun, practical tips and advice to promote children’s learning and development family direct to mobiles. Daily topics include language and learning through play activities, health and wellbeing tips plus nutritional advice.
Free virtual support direct to families with very young children, with a focus on interpersonal and enriching face-to-face support using fun, learning through play videos and webinars.
A free activity-packed programme offering loads of ideas on how to keep children happy, motivated and learning.
A free, blog-led portal and parent club aimed at families with young children, covering a range of topics from nutrition, help with weaning to potty training and encouraging literacy and language from an early age.
Advice for parents on choosing childcare most appropriate for their needs.
Fun and friendly guides for parents to support their 2-4 year-old’s communication skills.
Support for parents, including activity ideas for children aged 0-4 that will help parents develop their child’s communication skills.
These play-based activities are designed to promote young children’s social and emotional development during these challenging times.
These activities are designed for parents to play, create and explore with their child. Each activity tells parents what their child will be learning and encourages use of everyday things lying around the house.
These case studies illustrate some of the creative ways families supported the learning of their children at home during lockdown and include their advice to other families of children with SEND.