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Emma's weekly blog - Week 10: Getting outside

Take learning outside and discover the ways Emma and her daughter are continuing to practise key skills

Help your Key Stage 2 child with reading

Although children may no longer need you to assist them in how to say words when reading aloud you can still help them to build up fluency and develop their understanding of what they are reading.

Emma's weekly blog - Week 9: Getting creative

Emma explores the benefits of crafting and the learning opportunities it can provide

Four ways to boost your teen's happiness

Parenting blogger and co-author of Be Happy By You, Penny Alexanders gives advice on how to help teens take control of their well-being

Emma's weekly blog - Week 8: Looking ahead

Now is a good time to evaluate what you have been doing for the past seven weeks and look forward to how you can manage the rest of the academic year

How to encourage journaling for mindfulness

Tips on how to encourage mindfulness and emotional well-being from the co-author of Create Your Own Happy and Be Happy Be You Becky Goddard-Hill

Emma's weekly blog - Week 7: Taking a practical approach

As we all settle into a home schooling rhythm, Emma suggests ways to vary your child's learning styles with more practical activities

Unlock your kid's creativity during lockdown

Easy exercises to inspire story-writing at home for Joanne Owen author of You Can Write Awesome Stories

Emma's weekly blog - Week 6: Settling into a routine

This week Emma outlines her and her daughter's routine and the resources keeping them organised

Fun ways to help your child with phonics

Literacy expert Gill Matthews, gives advice on to continue your children's phonic learning at home

Emma's weekly blog - Week 5: Keeping Busy

Emma gives tips on how she's been keeping her children occupied and encouraging child-led learning

How to support your child with writing at home

Author Rachel Clarke has taken a look at some of the writing skills taught in each year group and suggested ways to help your child with them at home

Emma's weekly blog - Week 4: Little and Often

It may technically be the Easter holidays, but Emma still has lots of ideas on how to help children continue learning at home

Getting the balance right – how much school work is realistic?

Author and parenting blogger Becky Goddard-Hill gives tips on how to get the balance between school work and free time right

Emma's weekly blog - Week 3: Keeping emotional health in mind

Emma is back with the third installment of her weekly blog this time offering advice on how to help children take care of their emotional health

Help your Key Stage 1 child with reading

Literacy expert Gill Matthews, shares some simple, enjoyable ideas for how you, as parents, can support your child’s reading comprehension and development at home.

Emma's weekly blog - Week 2: The New Normal

Parent blogger Emma talks about establishing a routine that works for you and your family as we adapt to the new normal

5 ways to help kids cope with feeling overwhelmed at home

Tips on the things you can do help your kids maintain a positive attitude from the co-author of Create your Own Happy and Be Happy Be You, Becky Goddard-Hill.

Emma's weekly blog - Week 1: Introducing your weekly learn at home blog

In this new weekly series, parent blogger Emma Bradley is keeping a diary of the activities she is doing wit her daughter to provide you with ideas to keep your children occupied

Home schooling - you've got this. I promise

Blogger and founder of Little Stuff Laura Hitchcock gives advice on how to make home schooling work for your family

Tips for supporting your child's learning at home

Establish a routine for your children and pick up tips on how to utilise the learning opportunities within your home