Play Scotland website offers a lot of resources, ideas and support: https://www.playscotland.org/play/
They have been releasing a series of short films since the start of lockdown which can be viewed on their Twitter page: @PlayScotland or Facebook page: @nationalplayscotland
There is a brilliant film from Maree Todd, MSP, Minister for Children & Young People which can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/223667477759513/posts/2767669630025939/?vh=e or https://twitter.com/playscotland/status/1262687393389449216?s=21
They have created a helpful home play pack to support children and families to play and learn at home, with 101 ways to play: https://www.playscotland.org/parents-families/play-scotland-home-play-pack/
EYFS – BBC School Radio
Audio provides ideal resources for Early Learning through stories, music, movement and songs. The content links directly to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum and, in particular, helps to foster speaking and listening and movement skills.
Have a go at listening to some of the nursery rhymes. Maybe find one you know or maybe learn a new one?
Invitation to Play – Aberdeen Council
Ideas from Aberdeen Council that have some creative ideas and promote interest in different curricular areas: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63156707/invitation-to-play-pdf
Early Years Activity Library
50 ideas for Early Years activities. Highlights suitable age group, activity length and set up difficulty: https://famly.co/blog/50-eyfs-activities/