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Looking for something a bit different? Or want to try something new? There are so many things to try why not start with some of these.

Visit Swansea Bay at home

The Cultural Services team and venues across Swansea have put together lots of different activities so you can still make the most of Swansea from the comfort of your own homes. You can visit Swansea Bay #AtHome and find activities from popular places like Oystermouth Castle, Swansea Museum and the Dylan Thomas Centre. How about a virtual tour of some of the most picturesque places including Rhosili, Cefn Bryn, Langland Bay and Swansea Bay. You could even look for ideas of new places to visit when the lockdown ends. 

And more activities

The BBC's Bitesize website and app has lots of content for kids of primary school, secondary school and college age while they are at home. You can play games, practice languages and catch up on your learning. With more activities to be added there will be lots for kids of all ages to try. Their Daily Lessons have been launched to help with home schooling. The BBC have worked with teachers and education professionals to put together this new resource for Year 1 to Year 10 students. They are also adding lessons to BBC iPlayer and via the Red Button. The lessons will be presented by teachers, BBC presenters and some guest presenters.

The Scouts have launched a new initiative called The Great Indoors. All of the activities are designed to be done in your house so there is no excuse not to try it out. Actvities are aimed at 6 to 14 year olds but anyone can have a go. Once you have had a go at these you can use their activity finder to find even more things to do.

Girlguiding have also produced new resources called Adventures at home. The activities are aimed at 5 to 18 year olds and follow the current programme. They also have a number of activities on resilience and wellbeing to help your kids cope with the changes happening at the moment.

Scholastic books have lots of activities and learning opportunities on their website and are encouraging everyone to learn at home. With lots of ideas your kids won't even realise they are learning while they play.

If you are looking to learn more about money then the Royal Mint have new activities for kids based around money and the coins we use everyday. You can even design your own coin, though we don't think you will be able to go shopping with it.

Learn to build from a pro. In Lego that is. Legoland California are adding new videos each Wednesday so you can learn to build new objects with your Lego. There are also weekly challenges and puzzles to try out. Fun for all ages and a great way to learn while playing.


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