If your little princess is having a birthday party, we’ve got a brand new collection of princess party printables just for you!
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Click here to read How to Tint Mason Jars with Your Kids Easily! on Hands On As We Grow® Learn how to tint mason jars in this easy DIY tutorial! These pretty jars are the perfect DIY crafts to gift or keep! Ever seen those pretty, colorful rustic-looking mason jars and immediately wanted one? Me, […]
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’ve added a second batch of activities for the Women’s World Cup – now only a few days away – including our very popular kit printables and kit worksheets!
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Perfect for a summer’s afternoon when rain stops play, or perhaps to keep the kids busy during the Cricket World Cup … here are our newest cricket resources. And we’ve got plenty more to explore, too.
The incredible achievements of the Allied forces on D-Day (6th June 1944) and the weeks that followed make for fascinating reading, and we’ve provided a slideshow as well as a fact-sheet packed full of interesting photos to engage the kids.
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.
6th June will be the 75th anniversary of D-Day, that remarkable operation by Allied forces into mainland Europe which is often referred to as the beginning of the end of World War 2. We know that there are many events planned to mark the occasion.
Football fans will be getting excited about the fact that the 8th FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off soon – on 7th June. We’re ready for it!
We’ve been topping up our cricket resources with these new maths worksheets (more fun than worksheet we think!) and challenging puzzles. Together with our existing content we’ve now got something for all ages.
A while back we decided it would be useful to have lots of printable maps on the website, and discovered that breaking down the world into A4 pieces of paper is a very hard job! But here are the results.
If you are settling down this afternoon to watch the opening of the 2019 Cricket World Cup at the Oval in London – why not print out some of these fun new resources and get the kids interested and involved too?
We’ve added another batch of maths facts colouring pages to the website – themed around summer and minibeasts.
Our collection of animal scene colouring pages keeps on growing – we now start with ants and end with zebras and there’s a lot more in between! Find them here: Animal Scene Colouring Pages
We are trying a new kind of dot to dot page, suggested by Shelly. Rather than count in 1s or join the dots for the alphabet, like our other dot to dot puzzles, this new set for summer asks children to count by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s or 10s.
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.
We now have a complete set of all the national flowers of the Commonwealth countries to print and colour. All very pretty, and designed with a border for framing, they will keep older children (and adults too) busy.
Our vocabulary dice are a fun way to reinforce and test children’s grasp of vocabulary, and these two new printable dice nets feature a selection of summer vocab.
These new summer writing prompts are designed to encourage some creative summer-themed writing.