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Spider Webs; Easy Twig Cobwebs & Themed Resources Round Up

Spiders are fascinating insects, most widely known for their ability to produce silk from their spinneret glands and create beautiful webs. In fact, spiders are classified by the type of webs they weave: spiral orb webs, tangle webs, funnel webs, tubular… Continue Reading →

Cone People; Twinkly Hallowe’en Cats & Spanish Worksheets

We use Twinkl for a lot of our crafts and worksheets. At this time of year, one of our favourites is the Hallowe’en Cone People and this year we’ve chosen to make colourful cats. (Last year, it was a cat… Continue Reading →

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 →

Hallowe’en Farm Crafts

One of our local farms hosts a weekly Arts & Crafts session, for children. The person who runs the craft sessions is lovely, and has a great manner with children of all ages. This week was all about Hallowe’en: we… Continue Reading →

Hallowe’en Twinkl Crafts

It’s midway through our half-term week and we are busily creating more Hallowe’en decorations, to festoon our homeschool classroom. If you’ve seen previous posts, we’ve already made mini 3D pumpkins, created pumpkin diagram posters, and carved our actual pumpkins. Today, we’ve finished… Continue Reading →

Half-Term Hallowe’en

Thank goodness for half-term; everyone needs a break, now and then, including homeschoolers. The distinction between term time and holidays seems more blurred when you’re a home educator; we still have some scheduled activities planned. However, I’m internally debating whether to use any… Continue Reading →

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