Happy Birthday Twinkl!

Happy Birthday Twinkl!

This week sees Twinkl reach the ripe old age of 4!  That’s four years of providing high quality, time saving printable teaching resources on the internet.

Twinkl isn’t just for teachers – it’s also loved by parents, childminders, nursery workers and basically anyone with a hand in educating our little people.

Marketing Manager Heather McAvan says, “We are honoured to serve the education community and more than anything, we want to thank our loyal site visitors by celebrating our birthday with them – everything we do is all about saving them time and making their lives easier by creating beautiful resources that children love.”

So to celebrate their fourth birthday, Twinkl have generously offered the chance to win a platinum subscription to the site.

(Complete as many of the Rafflecopter options as you like but please do make sure they are completed accurately as I will check and I would hate to have to disqualify anyone for not entering properly)

Twinkl have a whole host of giveaways, free resources, fun and games planned for week commencing 3rd March 2014 so make sure you keep a close eye on their facebook page, website and twitter feed!

*Disclaimer – I have received no compensation for this post* 

40 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Twinkl!

  1. do you know have used this site when googling stuff Pippa is doing at school.. pretty sure it's where I got the songs for wriggly nativity to help her learn at home! x

  2. my son has special needs and needs a lot of extra support, so this would really help with his learning outside of school

  3. I would use it to print off lots of resources. As I wish Ella to attend only one school in the area if she is unsuccessful in getting our school choice I will pull her from the system in till a place is found for her at the school of choice!.

  4. i would use this to help my son in KS1 and daughter in KS2. Son needs more help with spellings and his writing and daughter to help her be more creative in her writing. Think I would use too to help me understand more the way's in which the kids are taught in schools these day's as it's soooooo different to the way's in which we were taught.

  5. Use it to help my young son who is in reception class, but also work in a primary school so would use it to help the special needs and english as an additional language pupils that I help 🙂

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