We're leaving on a (paper) aeroplane

The school holidays are now well underway - why not create a weekly plan of activities so you and your grandchildren can see what's coming up. Also, you might not be jetting off on holiday like you had planned but you can still create paper aeroplanes and fly them in the garden or local park.

Have a great weekRob

Published: Sunday 26 July 2020

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Activities and resources

Making and flying paper aeroplanes

Creating and flying paper aeroplanes is a fun activity at any age. These 3 simple designs with step-by-step guides take you from your first fold to flying your aeroplane in a matter of minutes.

Weekly wall planners

These simple yet effective weekly wall planners make it easy to map out your week including the time spent with your grandchildren.

Articles from the web

National Trust: How to book your visit and what to expect

Saturday 25 July 2020 · nationaltrust.org.uk

With the Summer holidays are well under way it's worth keeping a check on what attractions and destinations are open and accepting visitors. This page from The National Trust does a great job of explaining what you can expect when visiting one of their sites.

Why a rural school in South Korea is filling its classrooms with grandmothers

Saturday 04 May 2019 · independent.co.uk

Something a little different in this link. I found this article from 2019 that talks about how rural schools in South Korea are bolstering their dwindling numbers by offering places to older villagers who wanted to learn to read and write.

How to avoid being caught out by scams (and what to do if you are)

Thursday 30 April 2020 · SunLife

Scammers are getting better at appearing to be real, especially online where they can employ many tricks to get your attention and build just enough trust to scam you. This in-depth article from SunLife talks about the risks and how you avoid getting scammed. It also gives some useful tips on what to do if you think you have been scammed.