At this time teachers have received some free e-books, or links to online books, given by publishers in response to the current situation. Any we think your children may find of interest, we will post here.
This informative and interesting book answers the big questions about the world of today. Children can understand topical issues from a factual and practical view, examining the world around us from a range of perspectives. Prepare your young readers for tomorrow with Topics Today.
There are more books in this series, so if you like this one, check the others.
People come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. This series talks about all the ways in which our bodies are different and wonderful. Each book features an inclusive selection of people from all walks of life.
There are more books in this fascinating series, so if you like this one, check the others out below.
Primary Maths Dictionary for Kids and Parents.
A guide to the mathematical terms used at primary school and what they mean.
Sometimes being who you are can be a hard thing to do. Learn about people from across the LGBTQIA+ community who celebrate who they are and never stop fighting for what they believe in.
No matter who you are, inside or out, this book is here to teach you that you can be proud of who you are.
We can't wait to see you! Things will be a little bit different when you come back, so this book will help you to understand what it is going to be like.
This e book about the Human Body will engage children who are keen to find out more about their skeleton, brain and muscles. It has clear pictures and informative sections on senses, immunity, birth and growth. At a time when the news is focused on health, it is a lovely resource to bring us back to basics.
This magical book, designed to be read to or with children, was a project developed by professionals in Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings in addition to parents, caregivers, teachers and children in 104 countries. A global survey assessed children’s mental health and psychosocial needs during the COVID-19 outbreak; the story was developed using the survey results. Over 1,700 children, parents, caregivers and teachers from around the world took the time to share how they were coping. Touching on some difficult themes, this gentle tale may help your child understand these challenging times. A big thank you to the children who helped to make it; this is their story.
Any child affected by the story may benefit from some of the NSPCC support on our parents page.
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