Take a look at the fantastic list on the link below, for a whole host of wonderful virtual trips!
Thank you to Sam and Jake for suggesting this page.
Take to the skies and see hundreds of drone videos showing the world form a bird’s eye view
From popular visitor attractions to abandoned mines and buildings
Miss seeing our Animals?
Take a look at these 12 live videos from different organisations in the UK, US and Australia.
Join Joe Wicks - the Body Coach -
for over 250 FREE work outs
for everyone to enjoy
Packed FULL with tons of craft ideas, audio books and more
Dive into a treasure trove of fantastic, fun and FREE activities, including quiz’s, games and much more
Amazon has launched Audible Stories,
a FREE audio book service.
Books for everyone to enjoy
from the littlest listener upwards
Google has an amazing collection of
FREE virtual Museums and
Art Galleries from around the world
Another great resource from the Woodland Trust, full of interesting and wonderful activities
Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it
Delve into the Science Museum's website, packed full of activites, games, videos and
Missing Little Legs? Now you don’t have to! They have published TONS of fantastic content including Zumbini, Baby Massage, and some fun resources to use at home all for FREE
Delve into the Natural History Museum from home with a virtual self-guided tour of the galleries, an interactive experience about Hope the blue whale and audio guides narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
The wake-up workout combines cardio and strength exercises to energise your body and give you a boost in the morning. The 45-minute class is ideal for beginners.
Small Talk has some great activities
to Try out. For little ones form
birth to 6 years old