Here are this week’s picks of fun, book-themed activities to keep your children busy over this period. If you have started running out of good reads and bedtime stories, click here to purchase our children’s bestsellers and have them delivered to your door step.
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For the 0 – 6 year olds
Priddy Books publish brilliantly designed books that use simple novelties that spark children’s creativity and encourage their development. Click here to download worksheets to help your child practice their pen skills and learn their first letters, shapes and words.
Building a Home
Building a Home is a beautifully illustrated picture book guide to exactly how an old building can become a brand new home. Click here to download an activity pack that will teach children about some of the tools and machinery that go into building a new home.
Poppy and Sam
Poppy and Sam live on Apple Tree Farm where every day is an adventure. Click here to download a recipe to make Poppy’s Pizza and join in on their fun.
For the 6 – 12 year olds
My Brother is a Superhero
Doof! Is your child a Superhero? Let them take the ultimate Superhero test to find out. The test is based on David Solomons’ bestselling book, My Brother is a Superhero.
The world of Peter Rabbit and Farmer McGregor is a great way to get children involved in the garden. Click here for ideas on how to start a vegetable garden with your children. Use this opportunity to encourage their curiosity and teach them where their food comes from.
Watch Daniel Radcliffe read the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, as part of Harry Potter At Home – a Wizarding World initiative to banish boredom. Other friends of the Wizarding World are reading a chapter every week, click here for the chapters available so far.