Keeping kids brains ticking in isolation

How to keep kids brains ticking - and entertained - during isolation

Children are stuck at home, but fun educational activities can keep their brains ticking

By Nik Farah
Tuesday, 24th March 2020, 1:34 pm
Updated Tuesday, 24th March 2020, 1:35 pm

As it sinks in that most schools probably won’t re-open until September, many parents of young children are scrabbling around in the dark trying to work out the best way to cope.

If your children are at home with you and you’re concerned that they keep up with their school work, education expert and former primary school teacher Becky Cranham – of PlanBee – has some great ways to embed learning in fun activities.

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