Thursday, April 16, 2020

Free Resources To Keep Kids Entertained From The Royal Mint ♥

 *This post is in collaboration with The Royal Mint, however, as always, all thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own.

It can be tough trying to keep the kids entertained and learning while they're stuck at home - and quite expensive too if you're having to invest in toys, games and other resources to keep them happy and entertained.

I've been doing school work and lots of activities at home with the kids so far, but five weeks into lockdown, I'm looking for some new ways to keep their interest in learning and things to keep them happy too.

That's why I'm very grateful for the free resources which I've discovered this time and particularly lovely free resource to keep kids entertained has been created by The Royal Mint, with their fantastic kids hub.

The Royal Mint Kids Hub is full of great indoor activities for kids - which are sure to keep them happy while they have to stay at home.

The activities cover a wide range of subjects, from maths to science to colouring and fun online games and feature seasonal themed activities too.

As this resource is coming from The Royal Mint, there are lots of activities regarding coins too, such as design your own coin, counting with coins, how to begin your own coin collection and so much more.

Beau loves coins and these resources have been great in helping him to learn about money and how to count too.

The activities curated by The Royal Mint also feature some very well loved children's characters such as Peter Rabbit (my all-time favourite!), Paddington Bear, Wallace and Gromit and even The Snowman.

The Royal Mint Kids hub has activities for kids that can be done either physically or online - so the activities can be enjoyed no matter what resources you have at home.

My boys are currently loving the Peter Rabbit Catch the Radishes game and trying to beat their high scores! They play it on my laptop and it's easy for them because they only have to use two buttons.

Tyler's favorite book character is Paddington Bear and he's really enjoying the printable Paddington Colouring Sheets that feature Paddington at some of his favourite locations around London. Tyler thinks this is great because he visited some of these places in London last year and likes to think he's also been where Paddington has too!

The Royal Mint Kids Hub is updated weekly, so there'll be lots of free resources to keep the kids occupied, learning and happy.

It's great to see a resource with such a broad range of subjects and activities too, as it means children with different interests are all catered for.

The Royal Mint Kids Hub really does offer so much entertainment for children and is a fantastic free resource, not just at this time of having to be stuck at home, but in future times too. It's great to see The Royal Mint offering this for children and as it's updated weekly, it's a website I'll continue to use and enjoy with the boys.

If you'd like to make use of this fabulous free resource for your own children, visit https://www.royalmint.com/kids

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