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cheeseburger to the kitchen. They don’t consider technologies to be tools used to help achieve tasks, but rather as deeply integrated parts of everyday life. But can we put it to good use to fight against mind mush? Many organisations and celebrities are helping the fight by creating informative but entertaining content on their channels - and here are a few.

READING Comedian, actor, writer, and television personality David Walliams has been uploading free audio books for his readers everyday at 11am, bringing Gangsta Granny, Billionaire Boy and the rest of the gang to life. Find the links by visiting his social media pages on @World Of David Walliams.


Body Coach Joe Wicks has used his platform of fitness videos to create an extra segment which is child friendly. Get everyone together to burn off some steam with kids or adult workouts, of course depending on the age of your family. From 5 minutes to 30 minutes, there are plenty of videos to get the whole house moving.


Chester Zoo TV is filling their channel with adorable live videos and behind the scene footage around the animal enclosures during the isolation period. Sit back and listen to the zookeepers talk about the animals, see them in their day to day lives and watch mama and baby pandas play fighting (well, tumbling).

Our very own Director Calvin has a Youtube channel


perfect for unleashing your childs - or even your -

If your kids are between the ages of 4 and 12 years old, let Countdown legend Carol Vorderman teach the curriculum through videos and games.

creative freedom. ‘How to Draw Stuff with Calvin Innes’ is packed full of tutorials on sketching cartoon dragons and kangaroos, facial features and cityscapes.

The Maths Factor is usually about £2 a week. But ever since the schools closed, it’s now FREE for children age 4-11 - 29

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