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The wonderful folk at Creative Market have put together a collection of creative resources dedicated to distance learning and homeschooling. This will help teachers working from home and parents taking on the role of teacher during these difficult and unusual times.
What’s on offer? You’ve got a choice of fun characters, diagrams, activities, learning games, printable worksheets and posters that will engage and entertain kids. Some of these graphics also work great in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Canva, giving you a lot of different options to use them (make sure to read the descriptions first!).
There is a huge range of different creative resources available, and everything is organised into sections to make it easier for you to find what you need. Sort by subject or by grade level. I can’t emphasise enough how awesome these products are so why not take a look and see for yourself:
Below you’ll find some of my favourite collections from this range (with preview images), but do explore the Creative Market website to discover everything.
These charming posters by WINDmade support you with English and counting. The illustrations are really fun and useful.
The Activities For Kids Big Collection by Gulnara Sabirova includes dot-to-dot games, puzzles and crosswords and should keep children entertained for a while. 😊
The Musical Instrument graphics set by GooseFrol is a wonderful way to create lovely illustrated music lessons in your program of choice.
The Fresh Fruit Count and Colour sheets by Drip-Drip bring maths and creativity together and make a lovely print-at-home activity.
The Vintage Bugs Clipart set by Digital Curio features over 60 insects to entertain kids.
The Cartoon World Map by asantosg is such a fun and colourful companion to learning Geography. The map comes in .eps and .jpg files (printable) with three different versions (no names, English and Spanish).
This is just a small selection of the creative learning resources available. Don’t forget to go to Creative Market and check out the full collection:
Let me know if you try any of these and how you get on!