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Educational Scavenger Hunt at Home

Learning begins at home, always has always will, and we applaud all parents, careers and family members that will be starting their home education journey this week. 
Its important to realize that this time is not just about "doing" school at home, but an opportunity to Home school your children and have your say in how they learn!
So instead of trying to replicate the style of school, instead encourage a lifestyle of learning that your kids will enjoy, this can easily be done through Real Play.  

A Slightly More Physically Active Game to Play at Home. 
Great for getting the children to learn without realizing it! We've never met a child that didn’t enjoy a find and seek game so why wouldn’t they want to play?
You can see our idea of suggested activities for this game below, but the truly great thing about this is that it is fully adaptable to every home. 
You can also swap the activities for more difficult challenges for your children if they are older. You really can make this as simple or as challenging as you need.
Our only Tip 💡 for this game is if you have more than 1 child playing then you might want to remove any breakable objects from easy to knock off places 😊 
No one wants to see Mums' favorite vase broken! 

 

Playtime is often talked about by adults as if it’s a break from learning but to children play is serious learning! Educational games and activities are a core part of their learning journey.

Have aeducational Game that’s a family favorite? Let us know in the comments!  

Kate Luke
Head Of Content
After graduating with a 2.1 Music degree, Kate pursued a career in the Music Industry, becoming a professional West End vocalist and a fully qualified Music Teacher, School Choir Leader and Songwriter. As one of Jaques of London’s Creative Editors, her specialism surrounds building confidence and expression through music & play—drawing upon her qualifications in Music Psychology & Child Development. As well as this, she is an accomplished blog writer and published journalist who enjoys promoting the importance of Montessori learning for all ages.
Ellis Fordery
Creative Content Editor
Graduating university with a 2:1 degree in Media Studies, Ellis discovered a passion for creative and media writing. Along with completing courses in The Fundamentals of Digital Marketing and Social Media Management, she has a comprehensive knowledge of Search Engine Optimisation. She is currently using her expertise to produce creative content for our social platforms, our blog, and Mini Minds Hub.
Faith Scanlon
Social Media Executive
A-Level graduate, Faith, developed a passion for Creative Marketing and developed these skills to complete a Level 3 Diploma in Social Media Marketing. Her interest in child education came through as a professional kid’s entertainer, combining the best parts of play and learning together as a celebration. She is currently using her expertise to share our brand with the social community. In her spare time, Faith enjoys writing and managing her own personal blog site, adding yet another feather to her creative cap.
Mark James
Creative Content Editor
After graduating with a 2:1 in Media, Mark set about establishing a highly respected online reputation as an extremely accomplished freelance copywriter and SEO expert. Having assisted with the launch of many successful start-ups, Mark has developed a strong knowledge in formulating and further developing brand identities across a disparate array of industries. In doing so, he has played key roles in the ongoing success of marketing campaigns, SEO strategies and online content management, for hundreds of different clients. As father to an adorable little boy, Mark discovered a passion for child education. Having found vocational vigour in offering free music lessons to children, he now hopes to lend his creative flair to Jaques of London, helping to promote the importance of early-learning through discovery and play.

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