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Twinkl Are Offering Their Entire Library of Resources FREE!

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Twinkl Are Offering Their Entire Library of Resources FREE!

This Coronavirus is bringing the best out in some companies (and the worst in others, but lets not go there!).

After having a conversation with my brilliant friends at Twinkl, I found out that they are giving free access to their entire catalogue of resources to help teachers and parents make sure our children keep their education going.

Want to know where you can get your hands on the goodies?

Look no further, read on!

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Here’s what they told me:

Who are Twinkl?

Twinkl is an online educational resource publisher, dedicated to helping those who teach.

It was founded in 2010 in Sheffield by husband and wife Jonathan and Susie Seaton when Susie, working as an Early Years teacher, couldn’t find the materials she needed for her lessons online.

Today, the Twinkl website offers over 630,000 digital resources ranging from worksheets to lesson plans, online games to original story books.

They cover all ages from EYFS to Secondary so there’s materials available for every step of a child’s learning journey.

Crucially, every resource on the Twinkl website is teacher-made and it’s online library includes entire schemes of work, planning materials and assessment materials that are curriculum-aligned and constantly updated.

Twinkle Accounts Are Free To Set Up

Simply by signing up for a free Twinkl account, you’ll gain access to thousands of professionally-made educational materials suitable for both teachers and parents.

After that, if you’d like access to even more resources, you’re free to sign up to any of our paid membership accounts offering access to even more time-saving printables, games, planners and more.

However, right now the entire online Twinkl library is accessible at absolutely no charge whatsoever.

As the Coronavirus spreads, we’re aware that many schools across the world have closed and pupils’ learning is being disrupted.

Families are looking for continuity in their children’s education so that they don’t miss out on valuable learning time.

So how do we get access?

So, to support teachers, parents and students affected by school closures, Twinkl is offering access to its entire online library to everyone in the UK at no cost.

It’s very easy to do – teachers and parents simply need to go to UKTWINKLHELPS and sign up for free.

No payment information is needed, the sign-up process takes less than a minute and you can find full information about Twinkl and the resources we offer, here.

We know there are lots of struggling teachers and parents out there who can benefit from this access and offering free access to our resources is the least we can do to support them.

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Is Twinkl Easy to Use?

If you’re new to Twinkl and looking for a good place to start, we’ve put together a brand new home learning hub sharing hand-picked Twinkl resources each day as well as other handy information and links to keep children educated and entertained.

This offer is free to be shared with as many parents and teachers who need it.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our customer cares team should you have any questions about Twinkl and how it can support you during this disruption.

Their email is twinklcares@twinkl.co.uk.

Our thoughts are with everyone affected by the Coronavirus and we hope that this free access will go some way towards helping in need of support.

Many thanks to Paul at TeacherOfSci for allowing us to share this message.

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If you know of any other free resources out there, please comment below so we can all benefit from it.

We WILL get through this, together we are strong (just at a safe distance!).

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Paul Stevens-Fulbrookhttps://teacherofsci.com
Paul Stevens-Fulbrook (TeacherOfSci) is a Science teacher, writer and education blogger based in Brighton, England. He started teacherofsci.com to help support teachers everywhere with the everyday struggles that they are all faced with, both in the classroom and at home.
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