Have a go at 2 new word searches, 3 new mazes, a boggler puzzle and a letter tiles puzzle, all with Bonfire Night (and the Gunpowder Plot) as their theme. Why not have a few on hand in case the fireworks display gets rained off!
What's New at Activity Village?
These new worksheets for The Gunpowder Plot are a fun way to bring the history of Bonfire Night into the classroom or home and interest the children in a part of our history which is often forgotten when we go out to watch the local fireworks display, o
Our Famous Person of the week this week is Julius Caesar - famous general, consul and dictator of Ancient Rome. I expect if you asked people to name a famous "Roman", he would be the one that most named.
Here are the 2 latest colouring pages (and cards) in our growing "colouring quotes" series - Enjoy the little things and Life's a journey, not a race.
Use these new photographic posters to brighten the classroom or corridors for Bonfire Night - or perhaps to spark discussion about all our exciting traditions and what the kids will be doing for their Guy Fawkes celebrations.
I've had a lot of fun with this new collection of activities for the next stage in our Maths Stage by Stage collection - Comparing Numbers up to 20.
Whether you are celebrating Diwali and Bhaiya Dooj or just learning about it, we hope you will enjoy this new collection of activities.
... with an owl and a blackbird, a fox and a badger, mole and squirrel and a hedgehog! Some of these animals are just very cute!
We have 24 new colouring pages in this set of boys and girls aimed at younger children, with more to come soon too. They have fairly simple outlines so it might be fun to cut them out and make a frieze around the room.
I think Stasy has done a great job at taking an old etching and turning it into our new "Gunpowder Plotters" poster and colouring page - I hope you agree!