Welcome to Moonbow World!

We share colourful & creative ideas to help kids develop a passion for learning. Our activities, games, and crafts are designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

Our aim is to support children’s educational journeys equitably and sustainably with creativity-focused resources for parents, educators, and caregivers.

If you’re a parent, teacher or caregiver to children, looking for fun learning ideas, you may find our site useful.

Playing an educational game.

We believe that play is an invaluable tool for self-discovery and development. Furthermore, we think that education can be most powerful when it’s both inclusive and fun. Structured learning, with clearly defined metrics for measuring progress, is an important facet of education. However, the importance of ‘fun’ and ‘play’ within learning cannot be underestimated.

Children are all individual in their ability levels, and we strongly believe that disabilities or special needs needn’t be a barrier to a fulfilling educational journey. Where possible, we try to include a degree of differentiation within our materials, so that they can be adapted for a range of ages and abilities. Whilst many are aimed loosely at 4-11 year olds in scope, we realise that they may be of value to students of any age, and they are designed with this in mind.

Who is it for?

It’s not our intention to ‘teach’ in a traditional sense, but rather to offer fun resources and activities that can inspire further inquiry and spark a life-long passion for learning.  We hope that by providing engaging ‘hooks’ and activities, which are both fun and inclusive, a young person may be inspired to find out more about a particular subject. We also aim to create activities which provide an entry point to engage students who may sometimes struggle with traditional learning methods, so that they may re-engage with learning.

Whilst the general focus of many activities is centered around primary age children (4-11) we try to offer activities that everyone can enjoy, regardless of age or ability. In fact, many resources may be useful to those working in SEN (special educational needs).

Many activities are structured around fictional locations, each with their own topic and vocabulary list. This open-ended approach to categorising activities allows for resources to integrate and complement existing teaching methods across a range of subject areas.

We Love Playing Games!

Like many people, we often like to play games online. Playing games can be a great way to learn a new skill. The great thing is that almost any task can be gamified. Gamification has several benefits when applied to learning. Aside from increasing the retention of data and improving the experience for learners, we believe one of the most practical uses is that it can give us the ability to apply ideas and concepts to real-world applications.  Playing games can allow us to see the consequences of our actions in a safe, judgment-free environment.

Have a look at some of our colourful learning games and let us know what you think!

Thanks for stopping by!

We are a very small team with backgrounds in art, design, and teaching with a passion for education. We draw upon our experience and knowledge to create fun, engaging content. Thanks for stopping by, we really hope you find our site useful.