Tips and Tricks

Educating your children from home

No one could have predicted the closure of schools or nurseries. However, with a lockdown being in full effect, many parents are faced with the unexpected task of providing education for their children.

A lot of schools have advised parents to carry on with their children's education from home. The idea is that parents structure their day the best they can around a normal school day. Many schools have given out educational packs containing extra homework and reading books.

Here at Nabuh, we wanted to help all of our customers with young children out as much as possibly can. We have found a few platforms online which can help with at-home lessons.

Carol Vorderman has created a website dedicated to maths called The Maths Factor.

It is aimed at children between the ages of 4 and 12 years of age. It is full of videos and activities to help children learn their mathematics. Normally, this is a paid subscription, however, the company has recently scrapped all charges and made this a free service until all schools are back open.

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Cute little child girl in sunglasses playing guitar at home

For music, Myleene Klass has recently set up a YouTube channel called Myleene's Music Klass.

This is a free class and is suitable for children of all ages. The class will range from singing to teaching teaching children how to play music with everyday items. New videos will be posted every Monday and Wednesday.

Joe Wicks has set up a YouTube class called #PEwithJoe. this is available on his YouTube channel The body coach TV. It is designed to get children up and moving about first thing to give them energy for the rest of the day. New videos are posted every morning at 9am and are suitable for all age groups.