Would you like to work on a project together with your children? Something that you also find interesting and can learn from together with your little ones?
My children and I have been working together for the last month to produce the perfect family project!
‘This is a beautiful project.Laura
Fabian and I enjoyed reading the text together this afternoon. We both learned a lot about snails! The activities are well-thought and enjoyable. This is a lovely family project!’
What do you get?
- Something to do together as a family, helping every member learn something new and interesting.
- Help for children to learn new words in English.
- 20 pages of activities – value that lasts a couple of weeks rather than a single sitting.
- Activities that kids (age 6+) can do alone to give parents a break!
- No extra shopping, everything can be done with household items.
Recommended Age Range for the Family Project: 3 years old +
The project as a whole is suitable for children who are old enough to understand not to squish the snails (3+), but there’s something for all ages. Younger children will need help from an adult or an older sibling.
- This is a digital product with some special printable pages. You will receive a pdf file which you can view on a tablet, on your phone or on a computer.
- With a pdf editing app (the type where you draw on the screen with your finger or a stylus) the entire project can be used on a tablet without printing anything.
- The whole project can be printed to reduce screen time (we recommend printing in colour).
For the price of a 45 minute group English lesson get a project pack that will give you value for a couple of weeks!
To celebrate the launch of this fab new rescource we are offering a 50% discount for the first 5 purchases. Use this code: NEWSNAILS
What people are saying about this project pack:
‘I love that it’s readable on different devices, mobile, computer, tablet. I think it’s a really interesting read for little ones and super exciting!’Zoe
‘We found that the project was good fun and that it would be usable by younger children with a grown-up/older sibling or by older kids on their own. I looked through the project with my 10-year-old, who thought it was a very cool idea!’Amy