King's Lynn educational toys manufacturer Learning Resources offers free help to parents home schooling
Educational toys manufacturer Learning Resources based in Lynn is offering free help to parents in the UK and Europe who are home schooling their children.
The firm, on Bergen Way, North Lynn Industrial Estate, is providing free downloadable worksheets and activity books on its website. The activities include DIY projects, tips and advice to help keep children learning and engaged through meaningful play.
The resources help with preschool, KS1 and KS2 maths, literacy, STEM learning and more. The team in Lynn has also translated several of these resources into Dutch, German, Spanish, and French.
For 35 years, the company has been the leader in educational toys and games for children aged 2-11 years and during that time, has built up trusted relationships to help meet the needs of teachers, parents and other learning mentors.
Learning Resources will continuously update its website and blog with new materials in the coming weeks and beyond to continue to offer support to parents and children.
Dennis Blackmore, managing director, said:“During this time, our goal as a family-owned business is to remain a trusted and reliable resource for parents. We hope these tools provide families with some fun, engaging and educational activities as we navigate these times together.”
Learning Resources has a strong heritage in inspiring a love of learning in students through educational materials, toddler toys and games.
Through the Learning Resources blog, families with children as young as 18 months old can discover a wide variety of easy-to-implement, hands-on activities – whether they’re working on their ABCs and 123s, trying to keep up with classwork or focusing on language learning or reading.
Along with providing activities and products to spark their children’s curiosity and keep students’ education moving in the right direction, the award-winning company also provides valuable resources that support learning in areas such as STEM, reading and creativity.
“There is no better way for children to learn than through play – it is one of the foundations of our company. While it is a challenging time for us all, we hope the activities and resources we will be sharing in the coming days and weeks will go some way to make things a little easier for families and children,” said Mr Blackmore.
Parents can find free activities, tips, printable worksheets and more by visiting the website Learningresources.co.uk or the blog at Blog.learningresources.co.uk
Information is also available on its Facebook, Instagram and Twitter sites.