3 ways to help children think critically about the news
Like adults, children use the news to learn about what’s happening in the world. But the circulation of misinformation, such as the recent spread of fake news about COVID-19, blurs our understanding of events and issues. This article explains what you can do to help children critically think about the news.
How to get kids into gardening
Apart from lots of learning, growing fresh food and being outside, the best thing about getting children in the garden is that it’s really good fun. Watch a video about the garden project created by an early childhood educator and his daughter here.
Nasa learning toolkit & activities
Launch rockets, build robots, explore your world and beyond. NASA projects, toolkit and contests will take you into space without ever leaving Earth (and your house). Explore the resources here.
Activities for families using household supplies
This website is designed for families to explore, investigate and have fun learning together without leaving home. All activities use easy to find household supplies, and are appropriate for a variety of ages.
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