A homeschooling resource during Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Ibbleobble – an ideal solution for your child’s #homeschooling2020

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March 19, 2020

ibbleobble_paul wrote this

In the light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, these are certainly unprecedented times in the current global climate. And while we are approaching a time of incredible uncertainty, we need to pull together more than ever.

With the news the majority of schools in the UK are set to close on 20 March – homeschooling will essentially be the norm in every household to provide children with valuable education they will be missing out on.

We have been encouraged by a number of kind individuals in our network (teachers, parents and friends) all offering advice, tips and examples of educational resources for #homeschooling2020.

Here at #Ibbleobble, we understand the importance of a child’s education, and this is one of the fundamental reasons why we created our Educational Apps and to help encourage our nieces and nephews that maths can be learned through fun.

We are just throwing our ‘hat into the ring’ to let everyone know that we may be a useful resource in homeschooling.

We would like to take the opportunity to have a browse of our Apps. Early learners can find their way with ‘picture’ flashcard games Words with Ibblobble and Patterns with Ibbleobble.

Increasing confidence with numbers can be found using Addition with Ibblobble and Subtraction with Ibbleobble. Advanced learners can tackle times tables with Multiplication with Ibbleobble and Division with Ibbleobble.

Finally, Sequences with Ibbleobble challenges children with number patterns.

Our Apps can be purchased individually, but we would recommend saving some pennies with our App bundles.

Firstly, we would like to thank you for taking the time to look at our suite of Apps and if you have any questions, feel free to contact us. We will be more than happy to help you!

Feel free to connect with us on social media Facebook, Instagram and Twitter where we are actively sharing resources from our network. Afterall #SharingIsCaring.

Finally, we would like to wish you the best of health in these coming weeks and maybe months. One thing for sure is that humans are good at pulling together in times of crisis and we hope to play our part in supporting each other.

Best Wishes

Paul :)

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