HOW creative can you be at home?

This week's second Home Times is here to help you take part in activities with music, art, crafts and design ideas.

In fact, there are 30 days worth of activities to ensure learning is fun.

The city's Glasgow CREATE team has teamed up with Apple to take part in the 30 Days of Creativity project.

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow's Digital Learning Strategy has seen 41 per cent of P6 to S6 pupils receive iPads with plans underway to roll them out to the rest of the city.

The tablets are a useful tool for taking part in the project.

But there is plenty to do even if there isn't a computer at home.

Glasgow Times:

For those with internet access, Glasgow's education services have developed a website where children and young people can access innovative learning experiences.

It's at the web address:

And if you don't have a smart phone, the YouTube videos can be found here: