If you are at home with your children and looking for content which will amuse and educate them, we at S4C can help.
There are lots of Cyw television series and digital content such as apps and games which offer children of nursery age and Foundation Phase to learn through play. Stwnsh can offer factual entertainment programmes which present information in a fun way.
Here is a list of the learning through play series which are available on demand on the Cyw website and currently available on S4C Clic.
Two drama series which introduce history to children. These include programmes about the lives of children in Celtic times and the ages of the Tudors, Victoria and the Great War. This series has been created with the help of historians and is suitable for children up to eight years.
A range of Shwshaswyn wellbeing and mindfulness exercises which include short activities to forget about the hustle and bustle of life and take a minute to relax and think.
In partnership with the Welsh Government, Boom Plant, Canolfan Peniarth and the National Centre for Learning Welsh, S4C has developed and education pack to accompany its series Amser Maith, Maith yn Ôl. The resources which correspond with the episodes of the series currently on S4C Clic are here.
The full education pack, including digital resources, worksheets and both series of Amser Maith, Maith yn Ôl are on the Welsh Government's Hwb platform.
A chance to take your child on an adventure full of fun, to discover, to learn and to play together.
eFive-year-old Megan Alaw from Carmarthen was amongst the first to use the app. "My favourite thing about Antur Cyw is making words on Jangl the giraffe's train by guessing the missing letters. I've got them all right so far, but it gets harder every time so I want to keep playing. I'm going to tell all my friends about it when I'm back at school." giraffe's train by guessing the missing letters. I've got them all right so far, but it gets harder every time so I want to keep playing. I'm going to tell all my friends about it when I'm back at school."
Stwnsh can offer factual entertainment programmes which present information in a fun way. Enjoy!
How many days are there in May? 31 days of course!
Would you and you family like to join Cyw and friend in this Cyw 31 day challenge? A great opportunity for children along with their families to get creative with Cyw's 31 day challenge, 1 challenge a day for 31 days. All activites are designed for children between 3 and 7 years old from early years learning to the end of key stage 1.