... with an owl and a blackbird, a fox and a badger, mole and squirrel and a hedgehog! Some of these animals are just very cute!
What's New at Activity Village?
We have 24 new colouring pages in this set of boys and girls aimed at younger children, with more to come soon too. They have fairly simple outlines so it might be fun to cut them out and make a frieze around the room.
I think Stasy has done a great job at taking an old etching and turning it into our new "Gunpowder Plotters" poster and colouring page - I hope you agree!
These new photographic posters are perfect for displays and for encouraging conversation about Diwali, featuring pretty rangoli designs, delicious Diwali sweets, stunning light displays and more. Lots to talk about and lots to enjoy!
If the kids are lucky enough to have a sibling, there's a special day called Bhaiya Dooj (or Bhai Dooj), part of the Diwali Festival of Life, which is dedicated to brothers and sisters.
We designed these new Halloween word tracing pages with very simple outlines so that you cut them out and laminate the shapes for use with a dry wipe pen - as an interesting and slightly more tactile alternative to our other handwriting worksheets.
Whether you want a suitably spooky page for your child's Halloween writing or a frame for a notice, some poetry or even a drawing project, these Halloween writing and drawing frames might just do the trick.
We've just added lots of fun new Halloween vocabulary printables, including a picture crossword and word scramble, various sets and sizes of flash cards, 3 labelling worksheets and a lovely word mat that would be perfect as a place mat at home or to
Learning times tables can be a chore - so liven it up by printing out our Batty Multiplication Bump boards for tables 2 to 12 and grabbing dice and counters. Kids can play in pairs, or you can play with your child at home.
Our new bat cards - featuring numbers to 20 and lower and upper case alphabets - come in both colour and black and white, and have been designed to be easy to cut around the bat outline if you prefer.