Lots of advice for Summer Bucket List - 100+ ideas for things to do this summer, screen free rainy day activities, wordsearches, garden games +
Holiday destinations word search
Seaside trifle recipe
Summer holiday challenge worksheet
Summer holiday snapshots writing frame
Summer mindfulness colouring sheets
Summer-themed KS1 maths activity book
Summer holiday times tables challenge activity booklet
... and much, much more!
The activities included in this pack are easily completed by younger children. The seaside holiday diary can be used to help your children practice their writing skills during the summer. Journaling has many benefits, including documenting trips, working through emotions and feelings, and maintaining the fine motor skills needed to write. They also have PowerPoints and activities that detail the importance of being safe in the sun. There are a few easy steps you can take to avoid getting sunburnt with your children this summer.
This bumper pack of science experiments are perfect for children to do at home. They have easy to follow instructions that are simple enough for children to do without constant adult supervision. The experiments do not require any special equipment or ingredients other than items that can commonly be found around the house. These experiments are great fun and educational.
Find plenty of activities and attractions to keep children busy during the school summer holidays in London.
A set of letter formation worksheets for each letter of the alphabet. Each sheet enables children to practice letter formation
The pack contains a selection of activities and resources for early years children, including some small world characters to print and make, playdough recipes and playdough mats.
The pack also includes a rhyming words home learning challenge, a visual timetable and a handy guide to British Values in EYFS.
This resource consists of a grid with twenty screen-free activity ideas. Each activity idea has a clickable link, which takes you to a suitable free resource.
Art activities are a fantastic way to encourage children to be thoughtful and expressive. Children and adults can focus their minds to the present moment without much effort, just by working on arts and crafts which require some concentration