Our Facebook group has shared a steady stream of activity resources. Here are some of the most accessible ones.

Some of these overlap with our mental health resources

All free as of 21/05/2020.

For information on Amazon’s Free Kindle app, go here.

All Age Groups

How to Draw an AT-AT | Let’s Draw Star Wars
Learning about online safety at home
Architecture Studio Releases A Series Of Templates Children Can Use To Create Paper Cities During Lockdown
Free British Sign Language (BSL) lessons, (requires sign up)
Free paper toys
Project Inc’s Art Tutorials lead by Art Teacher Lisa Michelle.
ChatterPack’s list online, boredom-busting resources!
Coronavirus (COVID 19): online education resources Department of Education.

Primary age

How to draw the smart Little Pig from The 3 Little Pigs Read and Play book
Free Kindle Book
How to Draw Cute Animals for kids: A Step by Step Drawing guide for Kids to Learn How to Draw 30 Cute animals in 8 Easy Steps Kindle Edition
Welcome to FreeKidsCrafts!



Free Online Courses with Certificate of Completion

A note on qualifications

We’re posting a lot about online courses, and some of them have “levels” associated with them. In England, Northern Ireland and Wales, the levels are contained within the Regulated Qualifications Framework

They are as follows.

1 GCSE (grades D-G, 3-1)
2 GCSE (grades A*–C, 9-4)
3 A-level
4 Higher National Certificate
5 Higher National Diploma
6 Bachelor’s degree with honours
Non-honours bachelor’s degree
7 Master’s degree
8 Doctoral degree

It’s rare anything free would be above level three or four!

If level three or four seems scary, but the course is free, try it, everything to gain, and nothing to lose.