Today we decided to get our science on and try out our latest MEL Science kit.
For anyone who hasn’t heard of MEL Science, it’s a subscription service for children aged 5+ and covers STEM, Physics and Chemistry.
We have tried various products and styles of learning over the past few years so whether your looking to home educate or would like to incorporate a little fun learning at home, we have put together some of our top learning resources for you!
As my children get older, I find that they are leaning more towards learning based apps and online resources rather than traditional work books and work sheets.
With so many to choose from, its difficult to know which ones to try, especially when the majority of them are subscription based only or only offer a relativly short free trial.
I came across ABCya when looking for something online that would suit my children of different ages and cover a a range of activites.
Introducing our FREE 18 page Maths Activity Pack for Ages 6+ – a thrilling blend of fun and learning with a little spookiness thrown in!
Introducing our EYFS Maths Activity Pack for Ages 4+ – a selection of over 20 worksheets designed to spark the curiosity and mathematical prowess of young learners, this pack is an engaging way to introduce foundational maths concepts to children.
If you have a budding mini scientist then the Circuit Mess STEM boxes could be a perfect learning resource for you!
Circuit Mess offer a cool range of DIY STEM Kits that bring electronics and coding to kids & adults in a fun and interesting way.
I don’t know about you, but I feel that learning has become much more exciting nowadays than it was when I was younger.
There are so many new resources available which not only make learning a much more engaging experience but that also offer the opportunity to learn new skills.
For those of us who have never entered the world of coding before, Code Monkey is a web-based learning platform that offers a variety of computer programming courses and tools that bridge the gap between wanting to code and becoming an expert in the field.
We have found so many new and exciting online learning resources that make even the most boring subjects look like fun and Times Tales is one of them.
If you are looking for a little motivation to help your children to progress with multiplication then the Times Tales program might be worth checking out.
As a home educating family, we are always on the lookout for new and exciting resources.
Books 2 Door are an online retailer of books and aim to inspire the love of reading to all.
A great learning and literature resource for children and adults alike with subscription boxes and individual books covering every subject, there’s literally something for everyone!
I have to be honest, to say that I was a little wary about the arrival of tech based learning at such a young age is an understatement. We had always been that couple before parenthood hit that we would literally be giving the gift of technology on our kids 16th birthdays but like all decisions made before you actually become a parent, they are very much subject to change!