Activity Village has a super collection of resources for making a record of home reading challenges. Shelly shares ideas for keeping a record of the books her kids have read in this guest post.
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...
Making medals with air-drying clay or playdough is a great hands-on activity for the kids! Shelly has written about the fun her son had making his own medals during the Tokyo Olympics in this guest post.
In this guest post Shelly and her son learn more about the Ancient Olympics and the modern Olympic Games using resources available on Activity Village.
This lovely guest post shows you how to make clay imprints using natural materials that the kids can find in the garden or on a local walk. It's lots of fun and you should end up with some stunning results!
This guest post by Shelly has lots of interesting ideas for introducing similes to young children using printable resources available on Activity Village.
Do you and your family love baking together? In this guest post Shelly and her children enjoy designing, baking and decorating some yummy biscuits!
Did you know that there are lots of activities all about national treasure Sir David Attenborough in the Famous People section of Activity Village? Shelly and her kids learn more about him in this guest post.
In this guest post, Shelly writes about some brilliant ideas for helping to teach the kids how to calculate perimeters using printable resources from Activity Village.
Shelly and her children make some pretty butterfly jars using printables from Activity Village in this lovely guest post. This is a really easy but fun activity to enjoy with the kids, so why not try making your own?
Activity Village has lots of resources and activities to help the kids learn about Australia. In this guest post, Shelly and her kids learn about this unique country using colouring maps, a quiz and a wordsearch puzzle.
In this guest post, Shelly and her kids try some creative ways to practise symmetry using the Christmas symmetry pages available from Activity Village.