Tag Archives: Big Cat readers

Vikings in Britain

I have mentioned a couple of time over the past few months that both my kids are loving Viking fiction stories and although the authors do manage to intertwine lots of Viking elements into the stories there is obviously still … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Ideas

I believe that the kids are learning the whole time.  They are not only learning when I am giving them a maths equation to solve, they are also learning when they are out in the garden, building planes and cities … Continue reading

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Classic stories and Little Women

This past week has been a really chilled week, the kids have been tired and overwhelmed and I have just wanted to curl up on the couch and not move.  So most of our learning plans went out the window … Continue reading

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Black Beauty Book

Both my kids are really into the more classic children’s stories  – Heidi, Gulliver’s Travels, Secret Garden and Black Beauty.  They have been listening to audio versions of the stories while we drive to our different activities and then they … 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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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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Tiger Dead, Tiger Dead and As You Like It.

Strange Heading I know but these are our two latest favourites from the BIG CAT reading series.  We don’t follow a set reading scheme as such we tend to dip in and out of different ones and select books that … Continue reading

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