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Watercolour dabbling templates

We LOVE using Templates.  I have quite a big collection of templates that we have printed and cut out (we always print ours out on cards just because we use them so often).  I love using templates because it encourage … Continue reading

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Maths Basket April 2018

We started Maths Basket’s last year and they have proved successful with the kids and very useful for me so we are continuing with them this year.  The Maths Basket is a combination of Maths activities that I leave (in … Continue reading

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Easter themed Activity Village pages

Easter is just around the corner and my two are not really in the mood for our normal learning activities but we have found that even when  we have our “breaks”, maintaining a little bit of a rhythm to our … Continue reading

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Tutankhamun Book and Art

Along with our Egyptian workshop and outings to see Egyptian artifacts we have also been reading some Egyptian books and doing a few Egyptian pages from Activity Village. One of my daughter’s favourite Egyptian themed book has been the BIG … Continue reading

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Inky’s Great Escape

This has to be one of my new favourite story books that I have discovered – Inky’s Great Escape is all about an octopus escaping from an aquarium and is based on the true story of an octopus in New … Continue reading

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Peacock Times Table

It’s no secret I like using colouring pages for learning activities ( the flower number bonds and doubling and halving butterflies were made using colouring pages), they just seem to add a bit of fun to something that can sometimes … Continue reading

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High Frequency Word Bookmark game

My son recently reminded me about a little game we used to play when he was just starting to recognise words, I never thought that much of it as it developed by accident but the fact that he still talks … Continue reading

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