From island adventures to stories about twin detectives, here’s our list of favourite children’s books to read this summer.
Blog posts for: Age 9-10
Here are education expert James Clements’ favourite ways to teach your child on the sly, supporting their learning while having fun!
Anxiety is the 2021 Oxford Children’s Word of the Year. Find out about children’s evolving use of language and analysis from Oxford University Press.
Advice and guidance on how to start talking to your child or children about climate change at home, with practical ideas and suggestions.
Win copies of 12 books this Christmas in our festive give away (December 2021)
Looking for fun things to do with the kids this half-term? We’ve created a list of easy crafts, Halloween games and more.
Win a copy of Pippi Longstocking (gift edition) for you and a friend, and enjoy this beautifully illustrated story (October 2021)
Win copies of a Roald Dahl book bundle, to broaden vocabulary and have fun with language (September 2021)
How to make time for homework and home learning – tips for creating the right space and schedule in busy households
There are lots of simple things you can do to make doing homework a positive and rewarding experience for your child and to support their learning at home. Isabel Thomas gives us her tips for creating the right space and schedule in busy households.
There are so many reasons to read with your children, this summer holiday and beyond. Read Mary Hamley’s tips on how to encourage a daily reading habit.
11+ tutor and writer Michellejoy Hughes explains how using the short Bond 10 Minute Tests can really help with structuring summer revision for the 11+
Get involved with National Numeracy Day 2021 and help your child’s confidence grow, with our top tips and free maths activities.