Busy Things – Club Hub UK Review
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When I was working at my local primary school I was amazed by the amount of fun and learning this programme was bringing to my class in their I.C.T lesson. With the amount of activities on Busy Things I was surprised by the amount the children in my class could learn in one half an hour lesson. I even had a go myself and immediately got drawn into the coding activity, learning simple skills in an exciting way.
Then I realised that you could subscribe monthly as a family to this wonderful service at home that I just had to get in touch with Busy Things and find out more.
I found out that the children in my class are actually able to easily learn about everything on the school curriculum at home but in a fun and easy way. The cool and quirky characters have the children in fits of giggles with their funny sounds and noises throughout each activity that the fun never ends.
Unlike most programmes like this it is very easy to get to grips with. The website is simple to navigate around and there are over 150 games to support core maths, literacy and phonics skills!
Children won’t realise the specific skills and areas of development are being targeted through the activities, reinforcing their learning at school or nursery without making them feel they are still in the classroom.
If teachers are using it as school why not use it at home for only £4.49 per month and improve your child’s education.
“At Busy Things we strongly believe that children learn better through play! We aim to help teachers and parents connect with the digital generation by combining fun and laughter with the highest quality of curriculum-linked content.” Says Rachel Hall, Founder and Busy Things MD.
Here’s what one of our parent subscribers has to say about Busy Things: “Large variety of games across maths, literacy and logic, as well as creative subjects. Clearly explained and narrated, with funny characters. Makes getting my kids to do something mentally stimulating a breeze. Highly recommend.”