We recently watched a documentary about the Himalayas and in that documentary they showed some monks working on an incredible mandala. It really was detailed and the colours were exquisite. We naturally wanted to work on our own mandalas.
Since August 2017 we have featured a weekly guest post, sharing ways in which Activity Village resources can be used for learning at home, crafts with your own children, or group craft activities. There is lots of inspiration here!
I have never thought of doing a Braille activity with the kids until I spotted the new Braille pages on the website and it immediately occurred to me that the kids would see it as writing in code. And my kids love writ
We often use dominoes as a learning activity so when we started working on our map of Europe and I spotted the European flag matching cards I immediately thought they would be perfect for a set of flag d
Both my sons really enjoyed supporting England’s football team in the World Cup last summer (and not just because we did quite well for once!) Major sporting events bring people from different nationalities and cultures together from around the wo
My oldest is going through a slight historical British monarchs obsession. She is reading any book she can find about any of the past kings and queens and is constantly talking about some of the more unique
We have been spending quite a bit of time in our garden sorting out our little growing areas (we try to grow some vegetables each year as a learning activity) and we naturally started talking about plant life cycles.
I love stick puppets. When the kids were younger it was something fun they could work on which helped with pencil control and scissor skills.
I feel like Easter has kind of crept up on us, not sure why, possibly just because we have been busy with our normal weekly activities. But finally this past week we have started with a few Easter activities.