School Holidays - How to keep kids busy
We know many of you have kids who are now home on school holidays and so do we… so we thought we’d send out a list of the resources we have gathered so far to help keep everyone entertained. We have tried to list only activities that are available for free. There are so many people and organisations working to bring us these resources. It’s amazing what people are sharing. We hope you love them as much as we do.
Heaps of stories read out online with visuals by famous actors from around the world. It’s great because they can be a bit more interesting for some kids as there is a visual aspect.
Learn about the world with National Geographic for Kids. Full of games, lessons and stories about the natural world and animals.
The World of David Walliams
Listen to stories written and read by David Walliams. Download printable activity pages for many of David’s books.
NASA Kids Club
Enter the world of space and NASA with this free online program from NASA Kids Club. Full of activities around space, planes and rockets.
The Australian Ballet started streaming a Digital Season for 2020 on Sunday April 5th. And it’s free. Get online to find out if your kids love the ballet.
Learn to Draw
Join “Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems” on YouTube to learn to draw cartoons and doodles. He’s online every day with a new class.
We've got something for you too...
Download these printable sheets for you and your loved ones to list things you are grateful for each day or things you love about your friends or life. Share at the dinner table or over your next Zoom drinks with friends.
Download the sheets HERE
What do you think of our ideas? Would love to hear your tips on how to keep the little ones busy during the school holidays! Let us know in the comment section below.
Hope you are staying safe and well.
Kiralee & the Murkani team xox