In this guest post, Shelly talks about using word searches, word scrambles, and crossword puzzles from Activity Village to help her children learn letter recognition, letter formation, and word recognition.
Activity Village staff and friends share ideas for how our resources can be used for learning at home, crafts with your own children, or group craft activities. There is lots of inspiration here, so make yourself a big cup of tea, grab a biscuit or two and explore...
Sarah has included lots of ideas for weaving activities in this blog post. These cosy weaving crafts are perfect as a group activity and it's nice and easy to clean up once you've finished, too...
Shelly tells us all about her favourite drawing activities using Activity Village printables in this guest post, with some lovely ideas for both younger and older children to try. You can find the links to the printables Shelly used here:
Teaching Number Bonds can sometimes be tricky, but Shelly has included some fabulous ideas in this guest post on how to introduce them to children and make them fun and interesting too.
In today's guest post, Shelly talks about inventive ways to use our Alphabet Flash Cards for different learning activities with the children, including letter sensory tubs and Alphabet Card I Spy.
This guest post from Shelley is packed full of great ideas for using our printable number resources for some fun hands-on maths activities with the kids. These are the pages used in the activities below:
Sarah shows how to get a large group of children of mixed ages involved in fun collage activities using leftover craft materials, whilst making something unique to them. Here are the links to the templates we used in the projects below:
Here are two simple squirrel art projects which you can adapt for all ages of children and result in something that the kids will be proud to display! These pages have been used in the squirrel art projects below:
In this blog post, Shelly gives us some wonderful ideas for using Activity Village templates in art and craft projects and shows how they can give confidence to children and expand the range of paintings they might attempt.