Amazon has recently compiled a guide full of all their free home schooling resources to help parents and students learning from home as lockdown continues in the UK. You can check out the full list of the home schooling resources here.
Maths4All provides games, apps and maths challenges on Alexa, worksheets for Kindle and Fire Tablets, and caters for a range of ages, learning styles and abilities.
Maths with Rachel Riley
Tune into a maths lesson from Countdown presenter and mathematician Rachel Riley. The 13 minute episode focuses on prime numbers and practice with factors and is suitable for students who are year 4, 5, 6 and 7. (Free until 31st January 2021)
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Science with Dr Ranj Singh
Watch an 11-minute YouTube episode from Dr Ranj Singh. Suitable for children in years 1 -7, the episode educates children about the growing brain and how to keep your brain healthy. (Free until the 31st January.)
Hour of Code Dance Party
This interactive dance-themed online coding tutorial gives students the opportunity to build their computer science skills while have some fun coding characters to dance to songs from leading artists.
Amazon Future Engineer
A comprehensive childhood-to-career programme designed to inspire, educate and enable children and young adults from lower-income backgrounds to try computer science.
Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize
Those aged 11-16 can enter the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize, which challenges students to develop technological innovations to help solve some of the world’s biggest issues (entries close 12th February 2021).
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