Children have been learning via screens for weeks, and families are eager to take a break and have some screen-free fun this half term break! Norfolk-based leading educational toys company Learning Resources® started the Festival of Fun on Monday, 15th February and it runs until Sunday, 21st February.
I’m a bit late to the game, having been avoiding screens myself, however the week-long event is a celebration of hands-on play and parents will find lots of ways to keep children busy and enjoying screen-free fun at home. Each day, Learning Resources will be sharing new activities families can easily do, and there will be lots of educational toys and games prizes up for grabs. So please pop on over and have a look.
The activities are ideal for preschool and primary school-aged children and have been chosen to give kids a break from screen time and encourage fun, hands-on play. Follow Learning Resources’ social media accounts and check in each morning to find out what prizes and activities are underway that day.
Dates: The Festival of Fun starts on Monday, 15 February and finishes on Sunday, 21 February 2021.
For more information, visit: www.learningresources.co.uk
Join the Festival of Fun! Be the first to found out about each day’s fun activities and competition by follow Learning Resources on social media:
- Facebook: @LearningResourcesLtdUK – https://www.facebook.com/LearningResourcesLtdUK/
- Instagram: @LearningResourcesUK – https://www.instagram.com/learningresourcesuk
- Twitter: @lruk – https://twitter.com/lruk
Blast off to EXTRA fun these holidays!
Blast off & Win with Learning Resources and The National Space Centre on 18 February! To celebrate the landing of the NASA Perseverance Rover on Mars, Learning Resources has teamed up with the National Space Centre to offer a fun, space toy prize! Follow the National Space Centre on Instagram at @spacecentre for entry details. (Link: https://www.instagram.com/spacecentre)
Disclosure – I have received no compensation for running this article, however, I have worked with Learning Resources in the past.