Hey, Mums and Dads!
We would love to help you with Home Learning Support.
Our mission has always been to make learning easy and fun for your children. Littlescribe provides literacy learning activities you can do at home with your child within the digital landscape.
We have created 3 products that provide a way to achieve this.
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We feel there has never been a more important time to do this. In today’s world we have found that more and more parents are opting towards homeschool or educational activities to engage further learning with their children. Littlescribe provides literacy learning activities you can do at home with your child within the digital landscape.
Littlescribe is a virtual online literacy learning platform for children aged 4 to 16 and is an excellent way to help children continue building essential writing skills from home within the event of school closures.
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How to use the writing toolkit
The writing toolkit is designed to engage your child in fun, engaging and motivating writing activities that they can complete with little or no support from you. They can create their written responses either online or using pen and paper, and you can know that they are being inspired to write in a way that is appropriate for their age. All of the resources and worksheets can be accessed digitally or can be downloaded and printed. The weekly planners will help to map out what a week of writing at home could look like.
How co-authoring works
As learning moves online, the Co-author Virtual Incursion Program provides a way for students and teachers to connect with respected and well-loved Australian children’s authors. They can engage in a writing workshop from school or home to be inspired, motivated and supported to write. Purpose for students’ writing encourages pride and progress, and the creation of a co-authored book provides that purpose, regardless of where they are