Activities For Children

Rediscovering the Classics: Some of the Best Children’s Books

The Wind in the Willows

It’s important for children to read as wide a variety of material as possible, but the likes of Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings have swamped children’s literature and overtaken a generation’s imagination. Whilst it is great they are enjoying these novels, it is still important to be as diverse as possible. It […]


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Become an Agent of the Secret Seed Society

Secret Seed Society Books

Wanted: agents with green fingers! The Secret Seed Society has come up with a novel idea that is bound to get more kids into reading, gardening and healthy eating – an all-round solution, I’d say. The Secret Seed Society has started a children’s books series starring various veggie characters like, for example, Rudy Raddish and […]


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Activities for Kids During the Half Term

Robin

Yes, it’s that time of year again – a whole week of freedom for kids to enjoy. The half term runs from Monday 24 October to Friday 28 October 2011. Although the TV channels are fighting ferociously for the attention of the young viewers offering all sorts of shows during the half term, the warm […]


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Learning New Words

Around the age of 3 or 4 the brainbox of your little ‘un reaches a state where it will hungrily strive for information. Of course, your task is to filter the incoming stream of information thus I’d hide that Penguin’s Slang Thesaurus if you don’t want to wake up to that juicy buzz-word. Reading books […]


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30 Yummy Things to Make and Cook

30 Yummy Things

Inside this pack of small cards, you’ll find 30 delicious, simple treats that can be made at home. Your children will love cooking with you with the help of these excellent cards. Each small card contains a picture of the finished delicacy, along with step-by-step picture instructions that allow even a beginner to …


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Everyone Has a Story – Family History for Children

They say that there’s a book inside everyone. Well, you might not fancy a literary career but still here’s an idea of how you can involve your family in an exciting history-preserving experience. This is especially valuable for children because collecting your family stories and building a family tree forms the sense of integrity and […]


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