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Fun activities to do

There are lots of fun things you can do indoors. You could keep a diary or journal of each day what is happening. It would be interesting to read in years to come, as this is a very unusual time just now.

Perhaps you could make a time capsule, filled with newspaper articles of the situation and a record of everything happening right now. We found this really good time capsule journal online, so we can’t take credit for it (unfortunately we don’t know who created it), but hope you enjoy giving your own time capsule a go. You can download it here.


Stay at Home – Distraction Pack

Here’s a really fun pack of activities for you to do.


The Princess and the Cup

We’d like to introduce you to a wonderful interactive story produced by our very own Chief Executive, Andy Drake. This story is aimed at children and young people and everyone is encouraged to join in.

Or perhaps you might want to take a look at some of these websites below:


Draw With Rob

An author who shares creativity and step by step guide to drawing

Audible for children

Spread the happiness – 100 things to do indoors


Book Trust: Pyjamarama – Friday 1 May
To celebrate the bedtime story and reading together, this year’s Pyjamarama will be a day when families across the country can join in a festival of story-filled fun at home.
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