The ultimate list to keep up Polish at home!

The ultimate list to keep up Polish at home!

Schools are closed, families are far apart, but language can keep us together and get our brains active!
Here are some links to help families keep up the Polish language and learn something new!
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Polskie Radio Dzieciom/Polish Radio for Children,Dzieci – a 24-hour Radio Poland station for children and parents where children can listen to music, fairy tales, educational programs etc. A fantastic way to explore the world and develop children’s imagination while at home or in the car. Lots of fun, children’s music charts and interesting competitions!

Polish your Polish – Imagine that aliens visit Earth and land in Poland. They are curious about this new land, its inhabitants and language, so their mission is to learn about the country… This is how this educational game about Poland, Polish language and culture starts. Great fun while learning Polish vocabulary, grammar, geography and more!

Historia dla dzieci, a YouTube channel where school-age children can listen and learn about Polish history.

Moje dzieci kreatywnie – a blog for parents with plenty of ideas for learning through having fun and building children’s creativity through DIY and art at home.

Strefa Psotnika – a Polish blog about literature for children. Many beautiful pictures, book reviews, interviews with artists, competitions for children. Let’s find out what to read with your children!

iTeatr dla Szkół  – the Polish National TV project that aims to promote theatre among children. Videos of theatre shows, school performances and video coverage from theatre-related events available to watch online.

Teatr Lalki i Aktora w Łomży during the pandemic time, Łomża Puppet Theatre for children presents its performances online.  – a YouTube channel with fairy tales, songs and books to listen in Polish for young and school-age children.

The Warsaw Rising Museum/Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego presents live history lessons from the museum for primary and secondary school students (and everyone interested) on their Facebook page

Copernicus Science Centre/Centrum Nauki Kopernik w Warszawie – watch exciting experiments that your children can make at home, learn about DIY ideas that develop their skills, take part in a virtual walk through the Copernicus Science Centre and many other events online. – loads of educational content for preschool and school-age children, such as Polish language games, quizzes to primary school books, phonetic exercises.

Uniwersytet Dzieci/Children’s University Foundation – really nice ideas on lessons for teachers. Videos can also be used by parents who are interested in supporting their children’s education at home during the pandemic time.

Włącz Polskę – a Polish educational project that aims to promote and share educational materials for Polish children learning abroad. Everyone can find here many exercises grouped by children’s age, subject and knowledge level. You can create your own coursebook to learn Polish language, history and geography online of for print.

SuperKid – a website for parents and teachers of preschool and early school-age children. Educational materials for print and online, such as language games, colouring, puzzles, domino, reading and spelling exercises, quizzes for Polish primary school books, and the like.

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