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How to not only survive the school holidays but have maximum fun with the kids this holiday….
I share ideas, information, and inspiration to encourage you to enjoy and share art with the kids in your life.
Authorfy brings readers and writers closer together through interactive video masterclasses, fun downloadable activities, and exciting after school club resources. Whether you’re a teacher, parent, student, librarian, aspiring author or reluctant writer, there’s something on Authorfy for everyone!
Try your hand at making a Tumblewing Glider with our How To inspiration.
We’ve made these free resources available to support you during this difficult time – we hope you find them helpful. Please adapt them to suit your home environment and the needs of your young people, considering the wider skills each activity is aimed to develop. General physical activity can also provide valuable, fun breaks in the day and support wider learning.
While we aren’t able to perform our shows in town halls, theatres and festivals, we are making online theatre for you instead!
We have a range of different activities and shows to keep you entertained while at home including storytelling, workshops and streamed shows. We are creating more and more each week – let us know if there’s anything you’d like to see here!
Our theatre is currently closed for public performances, but our staff are super creative people and they will be using their time to generate a whole host of stay-at-home activity guides to help keep you and your little ones entertained. All of the guides will use simple materials (most of which can be found around the home) and are aimed at children from 3 to 11.
A series of three video workshops created by leading Scottish theatre audio visual designer Lewis den Hertog which look at how to approach using video to help tell stories.
The videos will explore ways you can do this with “stock” and archive footage (footage that already exists), interesting ways for young people to make footage at home and how you can be creative with text and subtitles to make shows more interesting for people who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing.
Free revision for your A Level, GCSE & KS3 Courses.
The National Theatre has launched an online story service that will create customised interactive adventures for children around the UK. Madame Kalamazoo’s Magical Mail is designed as an escapist treat for primary school pupils whose summer holidays will this year unfold amid the disruption and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.