Activity Village Blog
We've packed Week 4 of our Summer Learning Hub full of new activities as well as existing Activity Village resources, all themed this week for "In the Garden" and sorted by age / school year to make it easier for you to find just what you
We've just added a really lovely new colouring alphabet filled with flowers and butterflies - perfect for some summer colouring for older children (and a sneaky adult or two!)
We've been going a bit seaside mad over the last few weeks, with a huge new influx of seaside printables, seaside worksheets, seaside crafts ... this is just a selection to tempt you to click through and explore!
We've been topping up our sports tracing pages with this lovely collection - some summer sports, some winter sports, and hopefully something for everyone!
Our tracing pages are very popular because they can be used in so many ways. Younger children can trace in the channels, older kids can trace all the dotted lines in different colours - and of course everyone can colour them in / cut them out too!
These new "read and colour" or "read and draw" worksheets are such a low-stress way to work on reading comprehension and following instructions!
... this time for addition and subtraction within 20, 50 and 100. These cards are a fun way to show children how they might use their maths skills in "real life".
I'm calling these new I Spy activity sheets puzzles, but they can be used in many different ways. Use the I Spy sheets for counting, sorting, colours, vocabulary, conversation ... or play a traditional I Spy game based on what you can see.
Do you have a butterfly spotter in the family? Then this guide is for you! And if not, maybe you will have when you've learned about some of the lovely butterflies in these pages.