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Mental Maths Gym pages from Activity Village

I always say I am a big believer in maths practice.  But I also like finding different ways for the kids to do the practice so it does not become predictable.  This past week we started using the Mental Maths … Continue reading

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Planetarium Fun

We went to the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium for the first time and loved it.  They have some really great hands on science activities for the kids to do but as great as the Science side was (and I … Continue reading

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Co-ordinate Grid Copy Pictures

The kids have looked at co-ordinates before and as we are working on Geometry at the moment it seemed like a good time to go back and revisit it.  But we have also been slowing down the learning activities this … Continue reading

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Encouraging writing with little booklets

I am always on the lookout for fun writing activities for the kids.  Both of mine have incredible imaginations and come up with lots of stories but they are not big on putting the stories down into a written format.  … Continue reading

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Why we have been using so many Activity Village pages

Activity Village have added a lot of new and interesting pages since I wrote my last general Activity Village pages post about 18 months ago.  And I feel like they are adding more and more content which is making them … Continue reading

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Butterfly suncatchers

Last weekend we released our butterflies from their Insect Lore Butterfly Garden and as exciting as the whole thing was my daughter said she has missed having the butterflies in the house.  So we thought we would turn our sliding … Continue reading

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The Life and Times of William Shakespeare

We were sent a lovely set of Big CAT readers over a month ago and we have been loving them.  We used the Tutankhamun’s Tomb book when we went to do a tomb painting workshop at the British Museum and … Continue reading

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