On this page we will be adding lots of different ideas to help you pass the time while we are apart.
Read a story to your teddy. Can you change your voice for the different characters. You could also record yourself and watch / listen to yourself after - Just like David Walliams has done on his website!
Activities and ideas to keep you busy
Have a disco in your in your lounge. Can you learn a dance routine, maybe the Macarana or the cha cha slide?
https://education.theiet.org/primary/teaching-resources/ Explore this website for some great engineering and technology ideas.
https://www.themathsfactor.com/ This is a wonderful website to develop your child's maths. The website includes video clips explaining concepts, warm ups and practice time.
Have you ever wondered what it is like inside the Queen's house? Take a tour around Buckingham Palace https://www.royal.uk/virtual-tours-buckingham-palace
See the changing of the guard https://royal.uk/changing-guard
Set up an indoor scavenger hunt.
Make a list of things that are in your house (toys with wheels, a book with the first letter of your name in the title, 4 things that are green, something round etc...). Now set someone off to find them. You could time yourself and see how quickly you can do it.
Join Andy from CBebbies for a 'Wild animal workout'
Oti Mubuse from Strictly Come Dancing and BBCs, The Greatest Dance, is running dance lessons at 11.30 every day on Facebook. You do not need to tune in at this time as the lessons can be viewed at a time to suit you.
David Walliams is releasing a free audio story every day for the next 30 days. Click on the link below to listen to one of his stories.
Fancy visiting a museum or gallery and learning something new? Click below to go on a virtual tour of lots of different museums and galleries from around the world.
The best animal live stream webcams including Edinburgh Zoo, San Diego Zoo, Dublin Zoo and Atlanta Zoo are all here. What animals will you spot?
Earn yourself a Blue Peter badge! Click on the link below for ideas on how.