Activity Village staff and friends share ideas for how our resources can be used for learning at home, crafts with your own children, or group craft activities. There is lots of inspiration here, so make yourself a big cup of tea, grab a biscuit or two and explore...
Here's a fun idea from Shelly for using a clock face to help children understand their times tables, and then become fluent in them with the help of our flower times table printables!
Here's a quick and simple paper turkey craft idea, with three variations so that you can adapt it to suit the ages of your children.
This post from Shelly introduces the echo art technique - a simple but really effective technique that you can adapt so that children of all ages can enjoy.
Every royal occasion needs crowns - and these Union flag versions are stunning! To make them Shelly's kids used an interesting tracing technique...
Encourage children to do more writing - and use their brains - by making their own word puzzles! Shelly's latest guest blog talks us through how she tackled it...
Here's a fun peacock craft for younger kids to do - it's quick, easy and you will certainly have what you need on hand.
Shelly and her kids use our dragon colouring pages and dragon templates together with some watercolour painting techniques to create some fabulous dragon artwork!
These gorgeous, tactile snails are the perfect craft for young restless hands - and I think you will agree that the result is spectacular! Shelly used some of our templates for this quick, easy and very effective craft idea.