Scotland Learns

Here you will find a range of ideas and suggestions of activities to help parents, carers and practitioners support learning at home. The activities are aimed at a variety of ages. The year groups next to the activities are a general guide only. Our newsletters for parents and carers and for practitioners also have additional ideas, hints and tips, and links to other useful resources.

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PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 Clap for our carers - primary

Find ideas for primary children about showing appreciation for workers who are caring for others.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 The global effect of the pandemic - secondary

Watch a current affairs programme or recent documentary and discuss the key points.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 My thoughts on staying at home - primary

Ideas to explore children's thoughts on staying at home during lockdown.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 Reaching out to others - secondary

Write a letter to someone you know, telling them how you are feeling and your experience of being at home and not in school.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 How are people feeling? - secondary

In this activity you are a reporter for an online news source, researching young people’s experiences in different countries.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 Washing our hands - primary

This activity looks at the importance of hand washing and following instructions carefully.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 Let’s talk about staying safe at home - primary

This activity looks at how staying safe at home has changed what we would normally do.

PUBLISHED: 6th May 2020 Top tips for staying at home - primary

Ideas for primary school learners to present fun things to do during lockdown.

PUBLISHED: 14th May 2020 Making feelings cards - early years and primary 1

This activity aims to support children to develop the language of emotions and to communicate through art.

PUBLISHED: 14th May 2020 Talk about feelings - early years and primary 1

This activity aims to support children to develop the language of emotions by sharing a story.