While you have time at home- think about trying a new pursuit online. This is something you could do either on your own or with your family.
Lots of online services have enabled free access so we can take advantage of this unexpected opportunity.
Learn another Language
There are plenty of apps that help you learn a language for free. Download one, and spend 30 minutes a day teaching yourself how to speak Italian, German, Japanese - or whatever language takes your fancy. The wonderful Duolingo app is highly recommended HERE
Catch up with your reading
If you have a collection of books to dip into then great. If not, download the Sora app and put in your TDA username and password and access thousands of books.
Listen to audiobooks
Audible, part of Amazon.com, has released a collection of hundreds of free audiobooks for children kept home from school. Go to stories.audible.com/start-listen
Learn to cook
There are lots of apps you can use or youtube channels to visit. Consider watching Jamie Oliver’s Keep Cooking and Carry On every weekday at 5:30pm on Channel 4. Or you could visit his youtube channel.
Watch Ted Talks
Listen to Podcasts
Give yourself a break from your screens and kickback and enjoy a podcast. There are thousands to choose from – click here for some suggestions.
Watch a Play
National Theatre Live will screen a Play every Thursday at 7pm. They will be available for you to watch for the following 7 day. It starts on 2nd April with James Corden in One Man Two Guvnors LINK.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has free full length broadcast here LINK
Discover a new City or Culture
Explore the world’s greatest landmarks, culture and arts with Goole Arts and Culture LINK
Here are 12 of the world’s greatest museums and galleries LINK
All our best Museums and Galleries from Home Galleries LINK
Go to University
Try a Short University Courses from around the world LINK
Still not found your passion?
Try Chatterpack’s - Zoo cams, podcasts, tour, challenge, concerts, prayer, mindfulness, dance, engineering,
Tai Chi, economics, rainforest tours, virtual choirs and lots more! It’s fantastic… LINK