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Supporting Learning at Home

Online resources to support your child's learning

Home Learning Support Resources

Please click on the links below for useful websites and apps for families with 3-4 year olds to support with Learning and Development



Advice for Parents on Home Language

Please click on the document link below for helpful advice.

Boston Children's Centres

Please click on the links below to access links to opportunities for education and support from the Early Years Alliance. You may need to register online to attend some sessions.

SEND Support Group for Parents

Please click the link below to access tips and resources from the Government to help support your child's learning.

All the little things you do with your child – like everyday conversations, make-believe play and reading together – make a big difference to their development.

The Start for Life campaign provides lots of ideas that can help boost your child’s learning and help set them up nicely for when they go to school.

You can slot them into your routine and your children will love them. Such as:

  • Play ‘I spy’ on the bus with them and you can see their imaginations light up
  • Talk to your child about what has happened so far in the day – for example, “We went to the shops this morning, didn’t we? We bought some apples.” And talk about what is going to happen next – “After lunch we’ll do the washing up”
  • Look at picture books together. With each new page, give your child time to point out things to you and talk about what they can see.

 Visit the Start for Life online hub (link below) for other simple tips and activities, or to find further support in your local area.

Start for Life

BBC: Tiny Happy People - Activities and games from the BBC to help your child develop their communication skills

Lincolnshire Family Services Directory & Local Offer (for SEND)

Family Information Service

Advice for Parents

Parental support for new parents and how they can cope with their babies

Baby Crying is Normal

The essential guide for new dads, developed with the NHS


For advice, information, recipes and tips please visit the NHS Eatwell Guide.