My home education resource knowlege was once pretty much second to none. For lots of reasons, most of which you could read about extensively on my blog if you so wished, I’ve not been up to date for the last few years. With home ed once again on my horizon and a desire to make this site something more like it always should have been, here are my recommendations for blogs and websites you absolutely can’t afford to be without.
MuddlePuddle was alwyas about collecting resources together as well as making new content, so just to get started again, here are 6 of the best websites for educating and entertaining little people that I know. Feel free to send more suggestions.
A fabulous website full of easy to do science experiments for children at home, broken down into handy sections that makes it easy to find what you need.
Written by a SAHM teacher and filled with early years ideas, sensory play and discovery activities.
A very professional website filled with lesson plans, ideas for themes and learning and more – written by a home educator.
Themed art and craft ideas using loads of recycled products and highly innovative. Maggy mixes artists with crafting and uses technology as innovatively as she does toilet rolls!
Beautiful early years learning opportunities and small world play from a lovely ex-teacher with child centred learning at the centre of her ideas.
It’s been going as long as MuddlePuddle (but she kept hers up to date!), Activity Village is full of activities and printables for educating and entertaining little ones.
Edit: of course, then people reminded me of others 😀
Educational resource site with all sorts of different activities and ideas.
Book reviews and lots of activities to do alongside reading them.
I think I’ll be updating this page a lot!