Learning at Home
Kidsnews.com.au is offering free daily school-day education tasks and fun activities to help parents and children learning at home during the coronavirus disruption.
The activities have been tailored into four categories for students in Prep to Grade 2; Years 3-4; Years 5-6; and Years 7-9 to allow for age-based learning.
The resource has been created by teachers and is linked to the National Curriculum.
Take a trip to Unworry Island and leave your troubles behind. Plus, solve the card puzzles.
Add more emotive language to a Letter to the Editor, plus learning about buying power.
Improve your geographical knowledge of the world, plus perform a well-known poem.
Discover the benefits of acts of kindness for others, plus play the Google Doodle coding game.
Learn about some of the world's most famous inventions and discoveries, plus silhouette sunsets.
Find out the difference between school today and in the olden days. Plus, act out a story.
Use your problem-solving skills to find the pirate's treasure, plus town maps.
Can you understand what a picture is trying to tell you? Plus reading a calendar.
Teaching young children to cope during tough times, plus dance with the Trolls.
Build your own indigenous rain sticks, plus learn about Simpson and his donkey from Gallipoli.
Understand the meaning behind Yothu Yindi's song Treaty, plus let the dice tell your story.
Wrap your mouth around this tricky tongue twister and then practise writing it.
Look inside the mind of a character and analyse what they are seeing, thinking and feeling.
Take on your family in this funny races challenge, plus selling a household item.
Find the hidden alphabet letters in your house, plus acting out fun scenes.
Make Easter biscuits, plus see how far your origami shooting stars can fly.
Build a device to launch a ping pong ball, plus learn a numbers magic trick.
Create a monster or fantastic creature with your drawing buddy and learn how to collect data.
Move your body with fun dance sessions, plus can you solve the logic puzzles?
Create amazing comic book word art, plus discover how plants survive.
Bring wild animals to life in 3D inside your house plus card wars.
Learn how to type without looking at the keyboard, plus make up a fun, new game.
Film and narrate a family wildlife documentary, plus build a backyard obstacle course
Discover what makes items float and sink, plus going on a bear hunt.
Explore the animals at San Diego zoo, plus take the 30-day Lego challenge.
Create a map to find the pirate's treasure, plus life during the Gold Rush.
Understand the geography of Australia, measure your house and create mosaics.
Make music with your body, create cool poetry and make a backyard fitness circuit.
Learn how the Earth rotates and how tsunamis are formed, plus create Batik art.
Learn how to bounce back from difficult times, plus balancing games and taste tests.
Join elite netballers for sessions including yoga, cooking, fitness and how to stay positive.
Create an improved robot to dig on the Moon, start a diary and move to the groove.
Create a jingle to encourage your family to stay at home, plus create an ad to sell a toy.
Can you find all the items on the neighbourhood treasure hunt? Plus meaningful letter writing.
Discover prisms around your home and design them, plus creating artistic 3D sculptures.
Study how your face has changed over time from a baby to now, plus leraning days of the week.
Telling and understanding the time teaches us about day and night, plus a newspaper treasure hunt.
Build a scale model to understand the distance between the sun and each of the planets, plus healthy food choices.
Get creative and design a new toy you can play with, plus play a fun dice game.
Discover how a gratitude flower can help you focus on what's good in life. Plus let's go shopping!
Experiment with autumn leaves and art and learn about texture, plus learn about the Gold Rush.
Hunt for squares, circles and triangles in your home plus making funny, mixed-up sentences.
Learn how soap works with this fun experiment, plus play balloon tennis and create a word cloud.
Build a 30cm bridge that is strong enough to hold a can of food, plus put on a percussion performance for your family.
Discover the science behind how round objects move plus dice wars to learn maths and reading comprehension.
Pick a number of the day and crunch it! Plus a scientific egg drop challenge
Study interesting facts about volcanoes, plus create pop art and complete a fitness circuit.