Home learning


Double-sided A2 poster.

Aimed at parents, caregivers, families and learners.

Provides fun, colourful illustrations and short messages reminding us about the many different – and valuable – ways that children and young people of all backgrounds and abilities learn at home and in the community. The focus is on low-stress and low-cost learning. More detailed suggestions for how to support learning at home are written on the back of the poster.

Published by EENET and NAD, 2020

873 in stock



Who is this poster for?

  • It is for all families of children with and without disabilities.
  • It is for everyone – mothers and fathers, caregivers, children, young people, siblings, grandmothers and grandfathers, uncles and aunts…

What is this poster about?

It can be difficult when schools are closed and children are at home. Adults want to help children and young people learn like they do at school, but this is not easy.

This poster shows the many ways that families are already learning at home. Anyone can use their own ideas and creativity to build on these ways of learning.

Why was this poster made?

The poster helps families be more aware of how learning happens at home and how learning at home can help improve learning at school and in the community.

How to use this poster?

  • Put the poster on your wall where everyone in the family can see it. Ask children to help decide where to put it.
  • Look at the poster at any time.
  • Think about the pictures. Which pictures do you like to look at the most?
  • What do you see? What do you think is happening in the pictures?
  • What ideas does it give you for learning at home?
  • There are no right or wrong answers.

Additional information

Weight 0.045 kg
Dimensions 0.3 × 21 × 29.7 cm


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