Getting kids back to school means preparing them for learning and social skills. With our #MakeBacktoSchoolBetter Giveaway, sponsored by Learning Resources, you can help children transition back to the classroom with interesting and engaging toys that build confidence and skills.
You could win 1 of 2 Learning Resources bundles – worth £150 – full of fun and engaging resources to support your children’s return to in-person learning!
Learning Resources has been helping parents build generations of amazing kids for over 35 years. Their educational toys offer children, parents, and teachers the resources needed to develop confidence in maths, reading and writing skills. Award-winning coding toys make STEM learning fun, and hands-on science toys spark curiosity. And their range of resources for social-emotional learning help make your children’s return to school smooth and exciting.
How to enter the #MakeBacktoSchoolBetter Twitter Giveaway
For a chance to win an incredible £150 bundle of Learning Resources toys, tweet using #MakeBacktoSchoolBetter to @BritMums with a comment about how you make back to school better for your child.
Tweet now to enter! (Add in your own comments on how to make make to school better for your child).
Hurry! The giveaway ends 27th September at 11.59 pm!
(Be sure to read the Terms & Conditions.)
The winners are: Amy Doyle and Hannah Parker
How Learning Resources helps make back to school better
By offering lots of fun ways to engage with children’s different ages, developmental stages, and learning processes and styles, Learning Resources helps parents create joy-filled play experiences that help children love to learn. With Learning Resources you’ll find fun ways to help children learn about themselves and others, manage their emotions, thoughts, and behaviours, and enjoy healthy relationships.
More ways to support your children’s learning and make Back to School better with Learning Resources:
- How to support your child’s learning at home
- Tips for reading together at home
- How to help your child love maths for life
- How to build times table confidence
- Fun math games to play at home