Remote Learning: Ideas and activities for parents and teachers

The team have been working hard to get these materials ready for people.  We hope you find them useful and informative.

We have tried to include a wide range of activities and ideas so there will hopefully be something for everyone.

Many of the activities can be done easily with everyday materials you have in the home.  Some require a digital device, dice, a deck of cards or squared paper.  If schools have these easily accessible and can provide these to pupils before they close on Friday, this would be useful but by no means essential.

Each document has a range of ideas from Early to Second as well as some ideas at Third/Fourth level.

For the Senior Phase including those taking National 5 or Higher, the most relevant document will be: Structured Learning at Home.

Click on each image to be taken to a PDF for further ideas for that area.

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If anyone spots any errors on any of these or broken links then please do let us know and we’ll try our best to fix them.

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2 Responses to Remote Learning: Ideas and activities for parents and teachers

  1. Pingback: Remote Learning: Ideas and activities for parents and teachers – Highland Numeracy Blog | Tomnacross Primary School

  2. Pingback: A list of Activities for people stuck at home. young and old. | Balnacra Arts & Pottery by Vicky Stonebridge

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