Captain Cook, the famous 18th Century explorer and navigator, is best-known for being the first European to "discover" Australia, and for his untimely death in Hawaii on his third voyage.
Activity Village Blog
Come with us on a quick tour of some of Russian's landmarks, study the traditional costumes worn by a little boy and girl in days gone by, pick out familiar places and images on our Russia map, and marvel at a Fabergé egg - all while busy with your
Tidying up some loose ends...including these fun minibeast jigsaws. Who wouldn't want to do a cockroach jigsaw, after all? We've also got an unidentified "bug", a fly, bee, butterfly, slug and snail.
I've just published eight new colouring pages of Australian animals and birds, which we've tried to produce in fairly realistic style to appeal to older children.
We've been slow getting our Space Topic up and running, but I'm finally beginning to add a few printables now, including these lovely lacing cards and space acrostic poem printable.
We hope you enjoy our newest type of activity sheet - maths facts colouring pages! We only have a few so far, for Christmas and Chinese New Year, but we will be adding more over the next few weeks.
We are all ready to celebrate the beginning of a new year, with a big update of our New Year activities for kids. We've got new colouring pages, printables and puzzles for 2014 - we hope you enjoy them!
Here's a new kind of printable puzzle, which demands concentration, pencil control, drawing skills... and maybe some colouring in too!
We are getting ready for the New Year with a new collection of puzzles specially to welcome in 2014. These are great for keeping the kids busy while they are waiting for the clock to strike midnight - if they are allowed to wait up, that is!