Sometimes it is nice to have a bit of colour and excitement even for simple activities like learning early scissor skills - and these new cutting skills printables should do the trick!
What's New at Activity Village?
Here's a fun way to combine cutting skills with sticking, matching and colouring - a good all in one activity which also happens to be fun!
I've just added some new printable lacing cards to our Spring Lacing Cards page, including a rather cute lamb and a pretty blue bird who seemed to me to be very spring-like! These will stretch to a range of ages.
In the image below you can see just a small selection of our new goal-setting printables - some of my favourites. Adina, Sarah and I designed them to make planning and dreaming and imagining - and, eventually, goal-setting - fun
There are so many fun ways to use these new Spring writing frames - not least to encourage a little bit of writing from your children!
I know that January isn't theoretically Spring, but in my neck of the woods, in South East England, the daffodils came out on 15th December this year, the birds are singing to wake us up in the morning, and the cherry tree in my garden is full
We are! I've just added lots of fun new 2016 and New Year activities to the website - all ready for you to explore in plenty of time to print off for your New Year's Eve celebrations and the beginning of the January term...
We've been filling in some gaps in our usual handwriting worksheet for Christmas, and today I've added two sets -one of finger tracing and one of word tracing - worksheets to our offering.
I know some of you start planning for next year much earlier than December, so I'm sorry it has taken until now to get them up on the website. But here they are - our printable planner pages for 2016.
We love these new "doodle bookmarks" and this sort of "doodly", detailed designs is definitely in fashion right now!
If you enjoyed our new ordinal number jigsaws yesterday, you might like to check out these new number jigsaws that I've just added - designed to help children learning numbers 1 to 10. The owl picture is one of my favourites!