A handy toolkit to make learning at home easier

We want to make home learning easier for you, which is why we have been working hard to put together a toolkit of resources and activities to ensure your little ones can continue to develop and learn outside of their usual classroom or nursery environment.

We know that home schooling can be tough so we have simplified our range into categories to ensure all areas are covered.

Literacy and Communication 

We have a whole host of literacy and communication resources to learn letters, sounds, early phonics and pre-writing skills, but here are three of our essentials.

Alphabet Puzzle: Alphabet puzzles are not only great for learning letters but are good for the mind and cognitive development. Each letter has a colourful design with the aim of engaging children for longer.

Storytelling: Our favourites include, The Gruffalo’s Child, A Squash and a Squeeze and The Very Hungry Caterpillar all of which can be brought to life using the finger puppets included.

Calendar Charts: Calendar charts are a fun activity to do together every morning – with hook and loop pieces you can change the day, date, month, year, season and weather. This product is not only excellent for learning but is handy for the whole household. 


Let’s bring maths to life with colours and shapes, counting and sorting, matching and patterns, and time and measurement. But first, let’s look at learning to count and recognising numbers.

Learning to Count: This educational wooden puzzle acts as a fun introduction to mathematics and counting. 

Number Formation Wipe Boards: The wipe boards feature a 0 – 9 number formation which can be easily traced and will help children develop their understanding of numbers. These are handy for everyday use as they can be wiped easily. 

Understanding the World   

As we are spending a lot of time at home, it is vital in early development that we continue to teach children about the communities we live in, as well as understanding our feelings and emotions

We have a whole host of resources to help children express their feelings, particularly during times of anxiety and uncertainty. 

Arts and Crafts   

We have all the components you need to make a masterpiece! 

Craft Tray: The ultimate craft collection including glitter, gems, feathers, pom-poms and more. 

Eco-friendly: A small change can make a big difference! Our bioglitter is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic based glitters. 

How-to-guides: Check out our easy how-to-guides for arts and crafts ideas to do at home. 

Physical Activity   

Lets stay active! Here are a few activities that are perfect for inside and outdoors. 

Colour Bean Bags: These are a simple but effective way of creating a number of games. 

Target Maths: The targets are designed to encourage games using addition, subtraction and division while also helping to develop better hand-eye coordination skills. 

Hoops: The hoops are a multi-functional resource and can be used to promote gross motor skills like endurance, balance and strength. 

Colour and Shapes Activity Mat: The versatile activity mat can be used for setting up an obstacle course or creating targets for bean bag throwing. The options are endless! 


Make sure to tag us using our handle @eduzoneltd on social media so we can see what you have been loving and remember stay safe and follow government guidelines.