1 Sep 2014

Twinkl Primary Resources - Review and Giveaway

As a mother to a pre-schooler about to embark on the greatest learning adventure of his little life, I was delighted to come across Twinkl Primary Resources.

For not only is Twinkl the trusted home and one stop shop for thousands of lovely, unique, printable teaching resources for teachers and home educators, it also offers a lot for parents who are on the look-out for ideas and inspiration to help their child's learning journey.

Twinkl Resources have a range of materials to cater to the needs of Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 educators. There is a section on SEN as well. There are three subscription levels to choose from: Platimum, Gold and Free.

The best part I found about Twinkl is the dynamic nature of the website. You have the option to leave feedback for every resource you try. You can also offer suggestions to improve existing resources. Even better, you can use the new Twinkl tool to create your own resources! Whatever you choose, all it takes is a quick, easy download and a printer to get you the materials you need.

If that wasn't enough, you can voice your opinion or get advice from other users on the Twinkl Forum. Whether you are looking for some inspiration or information, the Forum is the place for it. 


We have put Twinkl through its paces this summer. Learning, reward charts and timetables are all very well. But it was the ‘Activities’ section for parents which proved a huge help when I was stuck for ideas. From fun recipe cards to paper craft  to colouring-in pages, we found lots to keep us happy. 

J was particularly taken by the dot to dot work-sheets. Between pirates and dinosaurs, he had fun learning his numbers without even realising it.


Here are a few other things we found and enjoyed on the Twinkl website.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Story Sack


Turtle Paper Craft

2-D Shapes to Cut-out








I am sure we will have a lot more to do with Twinkl as J starts nursery in a few days. I am looking forward to my new journey through literacy and numeracy as J takes his first steps in the world of formal education.

You too could win yourself an annual platinum subscription to Twinkl Primary Resources. All you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclaimer: I have been given an annual platinum membership to Twinkl in return for a review. All opinions expressed are my own.
All images are copyright of http://www.twinkl.co.uk/

18 comments:

  1. These look great - especially that turtle, and the cut-out shapes. Learning's such fun at this stage, isn't it?

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  2. This sounds like such a good idea, I love the Hungry Caterpillar idea, that is still one of my all time favourite books x

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  3. I need to get my son into this as he has just started nursery.

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  4. Sounds terrific - I have only heard good things about twinkl and it looks such fun too!

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  5. This is brilliant. My youngest has just started nursery so it would be ideal for her.

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  6. We love Twinkl - I just wish I had known about them when I was teaching!

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  7. This is a fab site and I love it. It has some great stuff

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  8. My youngest has just started Key Stage 3 so we're beyond this level now but it does look like an excellent resource.

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  9. What a great resource for parents!

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  10. We were really impressed with the Twinkl resources when we tried them out too.

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  11. I have heard so much positive feedback about these resources x

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  12. There are some great resources here. Not heard of Twinkl before but I'll check them out for my little one.

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  13. Twinkl is fab! We used their winter collection previously and made some really good laminated place mats for dinner and play doh play x

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  14. This looks fab - have entered in the hope that my little niece might find some of this useful! x

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  15. What ana amazing resource for parents! Too bad this didn't exist when my son was little.

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  16. These look great - such a good way to be able to support their learning.

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  17. such a fab idea to help support little ones learn! love it! x

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