Activity Village Blog
One of the most important dates in the Buddhist year is Vesak (or Wesak, or Buddha Day) when the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha are celebrated with many old-established traditions.
We've had some kookaburra activities on the site for a while, but there's always room for some more!
We've just added some new animal and bird dot to dot pages to our collection. Some of them come not only with numbers to join up but with uppercase and lowercase letters tpo - so they are perfect for reinforcing skills as well as just plain fun.
If your children enjoy the Greek myths and finding out more about the gods of Ancient Greece, this new set of learn to draw printables featuring many of the "stars" of the time are sure to prove popular!
If you head to our Japan pages you'll find so many new fun activities to print and enjoy with the kids! Have a look at a number of worksheets, colouring pages, and other printables with a Koi carp kite (koinobori) theme.
It's Earth Day today, 22nd April, and it's one day of the year that we can remind ourselves and our children how precious our planet is, and that we can all work together to save our most important resources.
We have received many requests for some Anzac Day activties in recent years, and this year I'm pleased to say that I've got a starter collection up onto the website - if only just in the nick of time!
Her Majesty the Queen celebrates her 90th birthday tomorrow - and again on 12th-15th May - and again on 11th June! That's lots of excuses to celebrate with the kids, and we've got lots of activities to help you do just that!
I've always loved our rainbow crafts section - I think it has some of Sarah's loveliest craft ideas for children. But this year she has come up with even more lovely ideas!