Add a cup of this and a sprinkle of that, a pinch and a teaspoon and a drop of something else - stir it all together and what do you get?
Activity Village Blog
Teacher Appreciation Week and Teacher Appreciation Day are the perfect time - but not the only time! - to let the teachers in our lives know how much we appreciate them. I've just added a couple of new printables to help you do just that!
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are soon to become parents for the second time and we can't wait to find out if Prince George will have a little brother or sister!
We are continuing to upgrade our "family" topic and today I've added a new collection of printables for learning about the family and family relationships, designed for a "My Family" or "All About Me" theme.
Something new and different today! As part of our "Around the World" section, we've been looking at some of England's better-known landmarks.
Parents, grandparents, children, siblings, aunts and uncles ... that's lots of family words for children to learn. Younger children often struggle to grasp the relationship between the different members of the family too.
Once Sarah got started on these alphabet challenge puzzles, she couldn't stop! With over 20 to choose from (and a few more coming later this week) you'll find one for holidays, vacations, topics, hobbies ... and all sorts.
Looking ahead to Earth Day on 22nd April, I've just added two sets of earth posters - one featuring the alphabet, and the other featuring numbers 1-20. They are super easy to cut out and I think they will make a bright Earth Day display!
After lots of re-organisation and pulling together of bits and pieces, you can now find (easily) all our alphabet activities, by letter, from A through to Z.
Yet another addition to our St George's Day offering - these stepping stone puzzles are a fun way of sneaking in some practice at times tables, odds and evens and the alphabet!