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We are a leading child development, childcare and education website for parents, carers and educators with children up to 11. Our educational resources support children’s learning across the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 National Curriculum. We celebrate major religious festivals, such as Easter, Eid, Diwali, Hanukkah, as well as cultural events, such as Christmas and Chinese New Year. Our craft activities engage children across a variety of fun themes, such as Mother’s Day and Birthdays.

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We are a leading child development, childcare and education website for parents, carers and educators with children up to 11. Our educational resources support children’s learning across the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 National Curriculum. We celebrate major religious festivals, such as Easter, Eid, Diwali, Hanukkah, as well as cultural events, such as Christmas and Chinese New Year. Our craft activities engage children across a variety of fun themes, such as Mother’s Day and Birthdays.
Write the letter 'T'
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Write the letter 'T'

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EYFS, Literacy. Single printable PDF file. Children can practice writing the letter 'T', identifying its sound and recognising words which begin with that letter.
Make a Sundial
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Make a Sundial

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Four page printable PDF file. Children can make this on their own or with adult help. A fun activity to entertain children over the summer holidays!
Dasara Religious Festival
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Dasara Religious Festival

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KS1 and KS2: Five page PDF printable activity. Children can learn about the Hindu festival of Dasara, which is celebrated on 11 October 2016.
Fish Dot to Dot
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Fish Dot to Dot

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Single page printable PDF file. Dot to dot, and joining up number activity, helps develop young children’s maths and counting skills. We prepared this fun challenge to entertain your children during the quieter moments of the holidays. Perfect for the summer break!
Guru Hargobind Religious Festival Story
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Guru Hargobind Religious Festival Story

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KS2, Religion, Sikhism. Six page printable PDF. Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji was the six Guru of the Sikhs. His birthday is celebrated on 5th July. This activity provides an opportunity for student discussion and debate.
Diwali (Sikh) Religious Festival Story
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Diwali (Sikh) Religious Festival Story

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KS1 and KS2: Eight page printable PDF. Children can discover how Sikhs celebrate the festival of Diwali, also described as the "Festival of Light". Celebrated on 30 October 2016.
Beach colouring in picture
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Beach colouring in picture

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Single page printable PDF. Colouring in picture. Helps develop fine motor skills and knowledge of colour. Activity for the summer holidays. Children can enjoy while travelling, eating out or even staying in!
Saint Andrew's Day Paper Chain
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Saint Andrew's Day Paper Chain

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Four page printable PDF. A craft activity to celebrate Saint Andrew's Day, which helps support Expressive Arts & Design and creative development. Plus, it is fun for parent/carer to do together with their child, will provide time for bonding and therefore support a child's emotional development.
Waterloo Historical Story
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Waterloo Historical Story

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KS2 History. Eight page printable PDF. The story of the Battle of Waterloo, perfect to stimulate discussion in Years 5 and 6.
Electricity in the home
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Electricity in the home

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Science KS1 and KS2. Two page printable PDF. This activity will develop children's understanding of electricity.
The Festival of Vaisakhi/Baisakhi
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The Festival of Vaisakhi/Baisakhi

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Sikh Religious Festival Story, most suitable for KS2. 11 page printable PDF file. Celebrates the founding of the Khalsa during the guruship of the tenth and last Guru, Gobind Singh. This festival is celebrated on the 13th April each year.
Hana Matsuri Religious Festival Story
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Hana Matsuri Religious Festival Story

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Budhism Religious Festival Story, most suitable for KS2 children. 6 page printable PDF. Hana Matsuri is a Japanese flower festival celebrating the birthday of the Buddha on 13th April.
Shakespeare: Famous Lines & Everyday Phrases
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Shakespeare: Famous Lines & Everyday Phrases

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Shakespeare activities, suitable for Years 5 and 6, and KS3. Two separate PDF files, each three pages long. One has ten Shakespeare phrases which have become part of our everyday language. The others explains the meaning of five of Shakespeare's most famous lines.
Fact or Fiction
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Fact or Fiction

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English, KS1 and KS2. Printable 3 page PDF. This activity helps children understand the difference between stories which are fact and which are fiction. They are presented with a series of titles and ask to identify which is which. The activity uses library role play as an incentive.
Milkman Role Play
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Milkman Role Play

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EYFS, Understanding the World. Printable PDF, 4 pages. Signs, props and pictures to help children act out being a milkman.