- Each supplement includes exercises from online educational publishing house – Twinkl – which provides teacher created resources from lesson planning and assessments right through to online educational games
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In response to the latest closure of schools, The Sunday Times has relaunched its educational supplement ‘The Children’s Times’, a weekly 12-page supplement designed to support both parents and kids to meet their educational needs during lockdown.
Each edition includes numerous activities and exercises and illustrations for primary school children from online educational publishing house, Twinkl. The Twinkl educational tool provides teacher created resources that can be used at each step of a child’s learning journey, from lesson planning and assessments right through to online educational games, augmented reality and so much more. The Children’s Times has been created internally for The Sunday Times by their in-house STUDIO team.
John Burns, Acting Editor of the Sunday Times, said: “We understand that this is undoubtedly a challenging time for both parents and children and here at The Sunday Times we want to help make things as easy as possible by providing a resource that brings some fun and structure. The supplement was a big success when we launched last April and we are hoping that it will once again prove beneficial to many homes.”