Learning for Families

Here you will find some of those fun-filled activities our learners enjoy at our Family Learning courses and great idea suggestions for in and out of the home.

If you would like to share your stories of you and your family trying out one of our activities, please complete the consent form ‘‘LCC photography video guidelines’ and send this as well as your story to BS_LearningLH@lincolnshire.gov.uk.  We would love to hear about how you are getting on and what else you’d like help with.


Are you sugar Savvy?

Digital Detox

Eid El-Fitr

Happy Birthday to you – maths activity

Historical May

May Day

Art activity – Creative writing

Grow your own beanstalk!

Rock Hunting

Paper Flower Bouquet

Lincolnshire Children’s Centres



Recommended Websites

Early Years Alliance – Lincolnshire Hub

Projects include:

  • Delivering the Best Start contract within Lincolnshire County Council’s children’s centres and in some outreach locations. This service has two elements:  the Early Years Service (services for children) and the Skills Development Service (supporting parents into volunteering, adult learning and/or employment)
  • First and Foremost national project — supports speech and language development to narrow gap at age 5 between disadvantaged children and their peers
  • Crèche services.


The Sleep Charity –   We are one of the leading, independent expert voices on sleep issues in the UK and we are here to help everyone get a better night’s sleep. Whether it’s advice, education or support for children, teenagers, adults, workplaces or professionals, we are on hand with expert knowledge, resources and accredited training.  It’s time to wake up to sleep!



eParenting – Activities For Kids



National Literacy Trust – The National Literacy Trust is an independent charity working with schools and communities to give disadvantaged children the literacy skills to succeed in life.




Library Services In Lincolnshire  are still continuing to offer eBooks, eComics, eMagazines and eNewspapers, as well as a range of audio books, take a look and visit their Online resources page.




The Investigate Learning  team have loads of learning activities for all ages to try at home until the sites reopen!  Why not have a go at our fun activities from the online resources list below. They include interesting topics from the history and life at the castle e.g. medieval castles, Magna Carta and the Victorian Prison.




Advice Centre – The latest tips, advice and resources to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online.



Family Services Directory and Local Offer –  Your online guide to services and information on local organisations for parents, practitioners, children, young people, partners & providers.


Parent Zone – a website to support you in your family digital life