BEST STARTS FOR KIDS

Best Free Links For Self-Isolating With Kids

If you're looking for great free websites that provide passive learning activities for your child you may like to check out the following links:

3-6 Year Olds

Sesame Street ABC Kids

https://www.abc.net.au/abckids/shows/sesame-street/

This provides a range of engaging games that will keep your kids entertained while teaching them language and maths concepts.

4-12 Year Olds

ABCya

https://www.abcya.com/

This is likely one of the largest range of free games you can access and kids love it.

4-10 Year Olds

The Fact Detectives

https://www.kinderling.com.au/music/programs/the-fact-detectives/ants

I love this as an input to encourage kids to want to learn more about science subjects. If your kids are interested in science it's really worth checking out.

 

5 Years +

Highlights Kids

https://www.highlightskids.com/

I really like this website as it caters to older kids too and it's not gimmicky. I think it would be best if you go through and highlight the areas of the site you think are particularly useful and then are available or nearby to assist your child the first times they use it.

​3-12 Years

Learning Games for Kids

https://www.learninggamesforkids.com/

This has some great games although it may need you to walk them through it. I was impressed with the quality of the games and the range of topics covered.

3-8 Years

PBS KIDS

https://pbskids.org/games/

You will need to check this out first and find the games that suit your kids interests as there's a lot on this site.

3-8 Years

Starfall

https://www.starfall.com/h/index.php

There are a range of games you can access without logging in to the site although much more is available if you do log in.

 

 

3-12 Years

Learning Games for Kids

https://www.learninggamesforkids.com/

This has some great games although it may need you to walk them through it the first time or so they play it. I was impressed with the quality of the games and the range of topics covered.

If you're looking for great free websites that provide either active activities your child can do or ideas you can use, go to the following links:

2-12 Year Olds (although many activities could be fun for the whole family)

87 Energy-Busting Games & Activities For Kids (Because Cabin Fever Is No Joke)

https://whatmomslove.com/kids/active-indoor-games-activities-for-kids-to-burn-energy/

I LOVE these activities and I think the adults will likely enjoy many of them as much as the kids. They are really worth checking out.

2-6 Year Olds

Cosmic Kids Yoga

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

This link provides a great range of activities to keep young kids entertained and moving. And best of all you don't need to be involved so can work while your kids are being both entertained and exercised.

4-6 Year Olds

https://busytoddler.com/2018/09/post-it-math/

A simple way of practising maths skills in a novel way.

Just for Parents

Khan Academy

https://www.khanacademy.org/

I have LOVED Khan Academy for around ten years now. It allows kids to learn at their own pace and caters well for those who require remediation and extension. It now requires a parent sign up.

 

I have supplied the following link for parents to access information for Children Of All Ages Across all KLAs

https://education.nsw.gov.au/teaching-and-learning/curriculum/learning-from-home/teaching-and-learning-resources

This website can give you much greater insight into what your children are learning.

If you're self isolating with kids the following tips will help:

 

1. Set up a predictable routine... The key to success is providing a variety of activities: Some active, some passive. Some challenging, some relaxing or easy. Some creative, some chores.

2. Maintain clear boundaries for behaviour and explain what is expected ahead of time. If you're working you will need quiet time to be able to work. Set aside quiet time

3. Notice the positive where ever possible and reward positive behaviour. What you notice you'll get more of.

4. Be consistent. What you let your kids get away with shouldn't be determined by your mood.

5. Be a leader for your family. Provide a good example. Kids are quick to spot hypocrisy.

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