This article is updated with resources and tips from different channels and blogs of Cambridge University Press.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is posing huge challenges for teachers, parents and learners. At Cambridge University Press, we are committed to supporting you at this difficult time.
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We have created free packs of worksheets that children aged 5-11 can complete at home with help from an adult. The packs contain science, English and maths activities that will have students occupied for hours – sorting, questioning, playing, and most importantly, learning.
These videos will get your learners ready for handwriting. Ideal for children aged 3-6 they include exercises to get them ready to write (the owl exercise is our personal favourite!), along with upper and lower case letter animations to help them get their letter formations just right. Share these videos with your learners and get them warmed up and ready for writing.
If you would like to find guides for other products or read articles to help you teach online from the Supporting Every Teacher series, click here.
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Content for this article has been sourced from different channels and blogs of Cambridge University Press.
Education Global blog – Brighter Thinking Blog
ELT Global blog – World of Better Learning