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CURRENT AFFAIRS
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Find out what's going on in the world and nearer to home with stories, pictures and videos.

EDUCATION
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Fun and free educational websites - from Science & Nature to Maths & Literacy. You can access some of the best websites for kids below. CLICK THE LINKS BELOW!

LEARN4LIFE BEYOND
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Pick your brain with some of these cool websites to do when you are bored or need to relax. INSTANTLY BEAT BOREDOM BELOW!

Current Affairs
1. BBC NewsRound
- You can watch all of their special programmes online. Play all of their Newsround quizzes. Try out their huge range of quizzes from superheroes to volcanoes. Meet the reporters.
2.The Week Junior
- Try out some fun and exciting activities.
3. Twinkl NewsRoom
- Twinkl NewsRoom delivers a trusted feed of news for children, including the latest headlines, classroom-friendly reports, & ready-to-use curriculum resources.
4. NewsForkids
- Real News , Told Simply
Education
1. BBC Bitesize
- a new dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC Sounds and loads of educational video on iplayer. You should also try out BBC Supermovers - helping children across the UK to get physically active with curriculum linked videos. 
2. ed place.com
- Access thousands of National Curriculum aligned worksheets, assessments and revision materials in English, Maths and Science from Year 1 to GCSE.
3. Khan Academy
- Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more. It’s all free for learners and teachers. 
4. Seneca Free Virtual Learning
- Free revision for your GCSE & A Level exams. Join over 3,500,000 students learning 2x faster across 250+ exam board specific A Level, GCSE & KS3 Courses. 
5. Younger children will love everything about Sesame Street's online home. They can watch hundreds of the show's video clips and play games that help them learn letters, animal sounds, rhymes, colors, and more. 
6. Scholastic is one of the more unique educational websites for kids. This site, from the publishers of the educational magazines you find in schools, contains activities organized by grade level. Kids from pre-K all the way up to high school can find learning activities geared toward them. 
Learn4Life Beyond
1. Tate Paint
- Paint like an artist in this painting game. Play cool free art games, digital painting, quizzes and puzzles on Tate Kids 
2. Play Chess
- Play online with friends, challenge the computer, join a club, solve puzzles, analyze your games, and learn from hundreds of video lessons. 
3. Space Scoop
- Discover more Astronomy. Inspiring a New Generation of Space Explorers.
4. Draw with Asia - COMING SOON
5. Be an Animator for the Day - COMING SOON
6. Babbel
- Speak the language like you have always wanted to!
7. The Online Piano Keyboard
- The online piano keyboard simulates a real piano keyboard with 88 keyboard keys.
8. Watch animal web cams, learn interesting animal facts, see and share photos of nature, learn about different countries, try science experiments, and much more on Kids.NationalGeographic.com. There's also a "Little Kids" section for the younger explorers in your home. 
9. When your child wants to know why the sky is blue, how a tornado forms, or who invented the Chia Pet, head on over to How Stuff Works. The articles answer questions about cars, culture, entertainment, science, money, technology, and more. Games, quizzes, and videos round out the learning experience. 
10. Meditation for Kids - Headspace- Teach your child the fundamentals of meditation with simple, fun breathing exercises. Available to all subscribers, kids (and their parents) can enjoy fun, engaging activities that teach them the basics of mindfulness. They’ll practice breathing exercises, visualizations and even try some focus-based meditation
11. The mathematical art of Escher - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcc56fRtrKU&feature=emb_logo
12. Geography Map Games
- Explore the world with Geography Map Games.
RECOMMENDED ART , DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
Packs included on this page:
Art Pack - Sketching Prompts - Grab a piece of paper and let's draw!
Design & Technology Pack - Let us know how you get on with these!
1) Design your own paper airplane. You must then write a positive message on it, about something you would like to achieve.
2) Invent a practical, sensible and serious product that would help learners at Learn4Life.
RULES: no robots to do all your work - although a robot to hoover the carpet might be beneficial to Mrs Hollis.
3) Design a logo for your group at Learn4Life. This can be hand drawn using blank paper. It can be collection of individual pictures or one large picture. It must reflect how you see your role within the group. Be colourful and well designed.
4) Using shoes available, construct the tallest tower and take a photograph of your creation!
Why not join us for our weekly Google and Zoom meets - where we share interests and chat about the wider community.

 

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