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Two Sides’ Love Paper campaign has launched a suite of print-at-home resources to entertain children while they remain at home.

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The activity sheets from Two Sides’ Love Paper campaign are free to download

During the coronavirus pandemic, many parents across the UK have been transformed into teachers, making sure their children do not fall behind while school is out.

With lockdown having been extended by another three weeks by the government, and children due to go back to school this week, families are looking for more ways to entertain themselves. It is easy to turn to mobiles, tablets and computers for entertainment, but Love Paper Creations is a range of games, writing tasks and activity sheets to prevent digital overload.

These sheets are free to download, and also include crafts and origami, games, puzzles and colouring for all of the family to enjoy.

We have all had to adapt to being isolated and we wanted to take the opportunity to help households switch off and enjoy the simple pleasures of engaging with paper, something we are passionate about

Greg Selfe, country manager for Two Sides UK, comments: “We have seen the country and communities pull together over the last few weeks as the coronavirus pandemic takes hold of the UK.

“We have all had to adapt to being isolated and we wanted to take the opportunity to help households switch off and enjoy the simple pleasures of engaging with paper, something we are passionate about.”

Families will also be able to celebrate their creations and their love of paper, by tweeting about their work using the hashtag #lovepapercreations. The free activity sheets are available to download here: www.lovepaper.org/creations



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