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Hallowe’en Paperchains with Twinkl & Funnybones

Is it too soon or too late to be thinking about Hallowe’en? As you can tell, by our Hallowe’en paperchains, we’ve only just turned our thoughts to this holiday. Seems like every year it creeps up unannounced and the last… Continue Reading →

Veemcdee Packs by Post; Creative Play for Kids

In the words of Pablo Picasso: “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Children know how to play; they are born with the instinct to explore and enjoy the world… Continue Reading →

Talk Like A Pirate Day 2017; Oceans of Fun, Me Hearties!

Ahoy there, did ye know that September 19 is International Talk Like A Pirate Day? It’s been celebrated annually ever since 2002! It’s super fun silliness, of gold doubloon quality, and ideal for engaging kids in a mini-topic, or just… Continue Reading →

Geometric Photo Collage

Take your child’s knowledge of shapes out of the classroom and into the real world! A geometric photo collage is the perfect way to apply maths lessons to a practical and funky art activity. What You Need Cardboard (A4 or… Continue Reading →

The Day The Crayons Quit Lesson Ideas

The Day The Crayons Quit, by¬†Drew Daywalt, is an adorable picture book for elementary or primary school¬†students. One day, Duncan receives some mysterious postcards – from his fed up crayons! The crayons are tired of being pigeonholed by their colours,… Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving 2016

Thanksgiving isn’t a traditional holiday in the UK, but it is a welcome pause before the full onslaught of Christmas. My kids first started the annual Thanksgiving activities when they were at nursery school, so I suppose I’ve just kept… Continue Reading →

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