Two more for the holiday season today - "Believe in the magic of Christmas" and "Baby it's cold outside".
What's New at Activity Village?
We provide 4 Christmas pictures with lots of lovely little details for the kids to study - and some simple observation questions for them to answer. Then we pose a final question which needs a more creative answer. Fun!
Our writing paper comes in three versions - blank, lined and with handwriting lines - so these lovely new Christmas designs can be used in many different ways, with all ages!
We've got so many "inspiring" story paper pages to choose from - these are just the latest designs added this year.
We've been adding 2 new "colouring quotes" every week for a while now, and this week we've gone for a winter and Christmas theme - first with "Let It Snow" and secondly with "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".
Making our own Christmas cards has become a bit of a family tradition. We have been doing it since the kids were very young and could only just scribble. They have always loved being involved and enjoyed giving out or posting the cards that they made.
I will start this post with an apology to my local Tesco, who very kindly let me use their community room for one of our home education groups - I am very, very sorry about the glitter! The mess we made at this session truly was mindboggling.
These are our first ever brain teasers, and I don't think they are going to be our last! They were great fun to put together, and we've tried to provide a real challenge here ... not something to be done and crumpled up within moments.
... with these lovely new Christmas colouring pages illustrating each "day" of the Christmas carol, The Twelve Days of Christmas. 12 drummers drumming, 11 pipers piping, 10 lords leaping, 9 lading dancing, 8 maids milking - and a cow too ...