Scotland Learns

Here you will find a range of ideas and suggestions of activities to help parents, carers and practitioners support learning at home and during the recovery year. 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: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – create a memory book of your holiday experiences

In this activity, children will use a scrap book to record key memories of their time during the holidays.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – create a word search

In this activity, children will create a word search based on a specific topic.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – dinner discussions

Support your child’s listening and talking skills through conversation at the dinner table.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – explore how to stay safe online

In this activity, children will create a poster which shows the benefits and risks of being online.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – investigate a theme

In this activity, children will use their research skills to gather facts and information about a family movie.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – letter body shapes

Encourage your child to develop their literacy skills through movement.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – make a ‘who am I’ game for your friends and family

In this activity, children will create and share their own 'who am I' game.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – name ten things

Create a challenge for your child to name ten things in 60 seconds.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – planning a picnic or barbecue

In this activity, children will plan a picnic or barbecue.

PUBLISHED: 2nd July 2020 Summer challenge – play a game together

Encourage your child to practice their reading skills and expand their vocabulary while playing a game.