Parents' Toolkit: Isolation inspiration – primary

Looking for ways to keep your children occupied? Here are some top tips and activities to keep the whole family busy.

Six ways to get your kids active at home
Five ways to make bird watching a fun family activity
Rob Biddulph's five tips to help you confidently draw with your kids
Fun ideas to bring more colour into your family's everyday life
Five ways to keep children active this autumn
How to turn a walk in the park into a colourful craft activity
How to be more eco-friendly at Christmas
How to make a DIY animal vase with your child
Fun activities for smaller children
How to incorporate cooking and baking into your child’s homeschooling
Rob Biddulph: How to help your child draw a fun Christmas character
Explore, get involved and respond to music
100 activity ideas to do indoors
How to have a family summer holiday when you’re stuck at home
Up-cycling at home: ideas to get crafty with your kids
Keep fit and dance for fun!
Fun, easy ways to keep your child reading and learning
Fun tips for PE lessons at home
Joe Wicks' Blue Peter workout
Online books, videos and games for children
Five ideas for fun things to do if your child is ‘shielding’
Watch world-class authors talk about their work
Ten safe ways to entertain kids online and at home
Activities for enjoying nature
Top tips for making portraits in lockdown
Relaxation exercises for the family
Five things to do when you're feeling down
Isolation activities for primary children

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