Tuesday 28th March 2017
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Our printable activities are based on the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). They're a great way to prepare your little one for their big journey into reception!
Eurocamp cater for the whole family on holiday. Their kids clubs are perfect for meeting up with other children and enjoying a wide range of activities under the supervision of friendly, fully-trained couriers. View Leo's Fun Station for more information on this kids club aimed at 4-6 year olds. Plus, Fun Station For All kids club encourages children of different ages to come together.
These colourful cards are perfect for you and your child to play with together. They are a great way to help children settle into a regular routine!
An activity to help little ones practice using scissors - with adult supervision, of course! They are also improving their shape skils, which in turn is good for mathematical develoment.
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This activity helps develop your child's mobility and their awareness of space and their surroundings. Children need to move freely and love showing that they can control their movements. Plus, it keeps them fit and it's simply fun!
Children are expected to learn their tenses as part of the National Curriculum. This activity has several picture that will help children talk about what has happened in the past, is happening in the present and what will happen in the future.
Our many birthday crafts celebrate this big day, from the first birthday onwards. Our birthday activities are part of our Expressive Arts & Design section for 3-5 year olds.
This activity is perfect to help young children understand that time passes and different events happen at different times. We have get up in the morning, we play during the day and at night it gets dark!
Making simple calculations is part of the National Curriculum. This activity helps children solve problems and gives them confidence in adding more number or subracting one less.