Within your Famly platform, you have an app called 'Activity Library'. Pretty self-explanatory, but here you will find a pool of ideas and activities you can use with all of your children!
You are able to filter for activities suitable for a certain age group, and additionally for a key EYO area in the search boxes at the top.
You are able to 'like' and comment on the activities, and always feel free to add your own! To do this, click 'new activity' in the top right hand corner and you will see the pop up shown below.
Staff with the permission to manage the activity library will also be able to upload a custom image when creating a new activity. Furthermore, they can also add a video to the activity.
Fill in the fields that relate to this activity underneath. If you want to keep it just for your nursery, simply click 'Create'! If you want to share it with other practitioners in other Early Years settings using Famly, click 'Create & make public'!
Share your activities with your parents!
It is also possible to share these activities, whether they're Famly's default ones or those you've created, with the parents on the News Feed.
Who can post:
Anyone who has permission to create new posts in their role.
How it works:
Start by making a post on the News Feed. By clicking the activity button next to the upload button you can add one or more activities to the post and write a little description with it. You can choose between public activities or activities from your own nursery's library. Parents can then see the post with an embedded link to the activity and when clicking on the activity, parents will be sent to the page showing the activity description. They will always have to access the activities via the post/newsfeed. When viewing an activity the parent has clicked on from post, the parent can press a button to go back and see other activities from the activity library of the nursery/nurseries of their children. Parents are not able to add a new activity.
When you first add the activity to the post, it will appear as a long link (see below). However, when you click 'post', these will be transformed into embedded links - don't worry!