- Read a book you haven't read before. (Oxford Owls has some good free books to read online!)
- Read and follow some instructions.
- Put your books in alphabetical order.
- Rank your story books from most to least favourite.
- Choose a word or a sound to hunt for - how many times can you find it?
- Read to your toys - they love books as well.
- Lots more ideas on this page
- Keep a diary every day. This is a really good way to get your feelings out and can be a really good piece of history. We are living through a major historical event!
- Make up a story about one of your favourite characters from a book or a film.
- Draw and write your own comic book.
- Write the lyrics to your favourite song, but change them a little bit!
- Use big chalks to practise writing on the pavement.
- Use different writing tools, like felt pens, crayons, chalk or paint to write with.
- Lots more ideas here
- Play Countdown. Can you make a target number using only random numbers?
- Counting - How many toys do you own?
- Sorting - Can you sort your toys into groups, based upon certain criteria (i.e. soft, fluffy, metal, plastic)
- Sorting - Can you order toys from largest to smallest? Heaviest to lightest?
- Find and write down all objects with numbers on them in the house. How many do you have?
- Measure and record the length of a bean plant as the days go on.
- Bake a cake
- How many small containers of water fit into one large container?
Build a den from blankets and pillows. Use it as a reading area.
Make something using real tools. (With supervision!)
Learn computer science.
Learn how to DJ.
Learn a language as a family.
DIY Science Experiments
Make a treasure hunt around the house.
Look online for lots more ideas!