Below is a list of useful learning websites, that support the areas for learning outlined in the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. We hope that you enjoy exploring these activities together with your child.
Please remember to ask your child’s keyworker any questions you may have about supporting the individual needs of your child.
Personal, Social and Emotional
Early Impact Learning
21 fun circle time games to support sharing and communication
Fun videos for children to learn and talk about feelings.
Communication and Language
Tiny Happy People
Simple ideas and activities to help you develop your child’s communication skills.
Words for Life
You can sign up to the Words for Life newsletter and get activities each week to help your child learn.
Simple games and stories
Fun and easy tips to help bring more singing, looking and playing into the days routines.
All children’s audiobooks are available for free while early years settings are closed.
Videos that get younger children up and dancing with CBeebies presenters.
A range of health and wellbeing activities and resources that can be completed outdoors.
Fun interactive stories told through the means of yoga.
Great, interactive dancing for children’s hands. Perfect for strengthening the muscles needed to hold a pen.
Fun activities to support physical and mental wellbeing.
Change for Life
Great activities to support physical wellbeing.
NHS Potty Training
Guidance and advice to support children who are potty training.
A range of activities, some are interactive and some are to be completed offline. Activities are categorised by age range (age 3+).
Fun maths video and games.
A range of interactive maths games categorised by age group (age 3+).
Understanding the World
Hungry Little Minds
Simple, fun activities for children 0-5 years old.
Bloomsbury Early Years
A great range of activities across all areas of EYFS learning.
MUZZY is a simple and fun set of animated stories featuring Muzzy and friends in a range of languages. These stories use the natural immersion method, which is modelled after the way children learn their ﬁrst language.
Parent Learning Support
A Better Start
Ideas, video and support for more information about building young brains.
Information and activities to support essential brain development in young children.