Today we bring you just a quick post to draw your attention towards a great website to learn from home. It’s called ‘Cambridge en casa’.
On this site you’ll find pretty much everything you can think of! So, we’re going to tell you about some of our favourites!
- Weekly achievements worksheet: Far from being a paper to create a to-do list, this file will help your children feel accomplished and to look forward to the next week. It includes different sections, such as ‘Something I enjoyed this week’ or ‘Next week I would like to’ and many others! Check it out here.
- Mindfulness Body Scan: I’ve got to admit that this may be my all time favourite! As a general rule, children respond very well to yoga, meditation or mindfulness, much better than adults! This website includes a guided meditation for you to bring your children to a more present state, which may help with any anxiety or restlessness they may be experiencing. Check it out here.
- Meditation for children: If your little ones are old enough to understand basic instructions in English you may want to try this recording, which is a great start to introduce them into an activity that has been proven to have both short and long term benefits for those who practise it. Check it out here.
- Mini jars of art and happines: Who doesn’t love arts & crafts? In this activity you can create a jar with drawings and messages for other people to find. You can leave it at a park or on a bench on your way to the supermarket or while walking your dog, take a photo and show them to your children. They’ll love to know they’re going to make someone’s day! Check it out here.
Keeping busy is important when staying #athome for so many days! We hope you’ve enjoyed these ideas. You can see some more here.
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