Over the summer holidays we borrowed a few Roald Dahl books from our local library and both my kids loved them. They found the characters so magical and the stories sparked their imaginations.
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!
There is something about being out in the garden in the late summer and seeing all the vibrant colours that makes me think of colour mixing.
It’s September. The time of year where beach towels are being washed and stored away, and school books are being taken out and dusted off. The time of year where back to school sales mean cheap shiny stationary.
I have always liked having visual reminders of what the kids are learning pinned up around the house.
As part of our home education work we have been looking at rainforest animals, and my daughter is preparing a project on big cats and their habitats.
Illuminated manuscripts have always held a fascination for me. They are beautiful, lavish pieces of art.
Many local libraries are taking part in the summer reading challenge and my local library is no exception.
We are loving the stunning warm summer weather but as much as the kids enjoy being outdoors they also need breaks from the garden and insect hunting.