What the kiddies are watching on Cbeebies

The kiddies have fallen in love with BBC shows again. They went off the channel for a while but with this lockdown and homeschooling, it looks like they have rekindled their relationship with Cbeebies. I am happy they have great educative shows to watch. Cbeebies have adds some extra colour to our days. Here are some of their current favourite shows on Cbeebies

What the kiddies are watching on Cbeebies

Love Monster

The Duchess got an interactive Love Monster for Christmas and she is so in love with the teddy. This has led to her wanting to watch the Love Monster show on Cbeebies, and her twinny has caught the Love Monster bug too! Do your kids watch the show?

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Alphablocks

This is one of their favourite shoes on Cbeebies. I really like them watching this particular show because it is fun, entertaining and very educative. The graphics are also really nice. Alphablocks is a hit in our house.

Numberblocks

Numberblocks is another fun show the kiddies love watching on Cbeebies. It teaches children numbers in a fun way. The twins learn a lot from Numberblocks. They enjoy learning different ways of playing with numbers.

Numbersong

Numbersong is another show similar to Numberblocks. The show helps young children develop essential number skills through catchy songs. It is another hit in our house. The twins love watching it.

Go Jetters

The Go Jetters show is all about adventure-seeking explorers who travel around the planet fixing environmental problems caused by Grandmaster Glitch! It is a fun and educating way to teach the little ones about the different continents and countries. The twins enjoy how dramatic the explorers are.

What do you think of these Cbeebies shows? Are your kids watching any of these? Please sound off in the comments section, lets chat. Thanks for reading and stay safe wherever you are.

 

Homeschooling Tips: Learn a new language

Our homeschooling has been going really well. Some days are better than others but overall we are all enjoying learning new things from home. The kiddies (especially my daughter) are really into languages and they learn love learning new words. Japanese, Spanish, German and French words are really popular in our house. They are forever picking up new words which I find amazing. Learning different languages is a life skill that can take you places. The more languages you are fluent in, the better. So this is something I am very interested in and will be encouraging even more.

Homeschooling Tips

How is your homeschooling going? One tip for a successful homeschooling is to ensure you have a flexible routine. That way the kids know what to expect and there’s flexibility for when life happens. Another great homeschooling tip is make sure you stick to the regular school day routine as much as possible. That way there are no massive adjustments when school starts. Sticking to the school day routine also ensures the kids acts like they are in school. These tips make homeschooling a lot easier especially if you have active children like mine.

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We published our first YouTube video of 2020 yesterday, yay! And the video is all about my daughter reciting 1 – 10 in Japanese and Spanish. The video is below for your viewing pleasure. We enjoyed filming this and more will follow shortly. I think I have finally gotten back into publishing YouTube Videos again. For a funny reason, I am usually only in the mood to post regular videos during the spring/summer months. I really don’t know why that is the case but I will be changing that going forever, so do subscribe to my YouTube Channel if you haven’t done so already, so you don’t miss any new videos. I like posting different kinds of videos so do expect a varied content.

 

Online Resources for Kids

We have been keeping busy homeschooling this week and it has gone pretty well. I must confess, I was really worried at first. It all looked a little much to study, work and homeschool at the same time. Plus doing anything outdoors is really not possible anymore. All that got me worried, but we got into it all as soon as the week started and it has been amazing. Having a routine similar to what the kids have in school works. Thanks to the hardworking teachers and amazing online resources, we got all the materials we need to smash it!

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Here are some of the amazing online resources for kids we are using this week –

Ruth Miskin Training

This YouTube channel is filled up lots of videos to help children learn their phonics. It is really helpful. The twins watch a video on the channel everyday and they are carrying on their learning thanks to the amazing team behind this channel. Ruth Miskin Training also has a Facebook page and the videos are posted on their as well, so it is worth having a look if you children are in KS1. There are new Youtube Videos posted everyday for different levels.

Oliver Jeffers

Oliver Jeffers is reading stories everyday on his website and the kiddies love listening to him read a book. It is a great way to mix up the learning from home. I read to my twins everyday and they read to me as well, but having somewhere read a book is a great way to broaden their horizon. You can have a look at his website to listen to his readings.

 

Kidz Bop Kids

If your children love dancing, they would Kids Bob Kids! It is a fun Youtube Channel filled up with catchy tunes and lots of moves. My twins enjoy dancing along and sometimes I find myself dancing too! It is a fun way to get the kids moving.

Oxford Owl

Another great website for children is the Oxford Owl. It filled with expert advice, tips and activities to help your child’s reading. There are lots of ebooks available on the website. We have read two books already on Oxford Owl. The Duchess read Ballet and the Duke read Code for Dragon Training. We are reading Everyone Got Wet next and we can’t wait. Oxford Owl is a website worth subscribing to. It will definitely keep the little ones busy.

What do you think of these online resources for kids? How are you finding homeschooling?

 

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