There are so many ways to help your child carry on with learning at home, from traditional board games, cards and dominoes to the wide range of computer programs now on offer. If you are seeking inspiration for card games, there is a good range with rules on https://www.todaysparent.com/family/activities/10-kid-friendly-card-games/#gallery/kid-friendly-card-games/slide-2.
Granny went to Market, Kim’s Game and Pairs are excellent for developing the memory, as is learning nursery rhymes, however old your child. How about a Nursery Rhyme a Day? A comprehensive list can be found on http://www.wordsforlife.org.uk/songs
Rapid recall of times tables is key to children’s success at maths. There are many on-line games to play to reinforce this skill, and you can generate your own challenges on http://www.timestables.me.uk/printable-pdf-quiz-generator.htm .
For another on-line tables challenge, Top Marks is a favourite, and as with all of these, the children can challenge themselves to improve each day. For a range of fun activities in many subjects, go to https://www.topmarks.co.uk/
For some fun writing activities, why not try some of these ideas
Some companies have set up a ‘free’ subscription to their sites during potential school closures. One with a huge range of resources is Twinkl while others, such as BBC Bitesize is always available for free.