Sunday 29th March 2015
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In our section for seven to eleven year olds, we have designed lots of fun educational worksheets to help with your child's Maths, English and Science homework. These are all based around the National Curriculum, and will help prepare for their SATS exams at the end of Year 6.
You will find lots more activities to support children's learning in our Education section.
If you are a childminder, teacher, nursery carer, volunteer leader, parent, grandparent or anyone looking after children why not upgrade to iChild Gold Membership? Find out more including the full package of benefits here.
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. The kids club 'Energy' is aimed at the sportier and more active children, aged 10-12 years. View 'The Staion' for more information. 'Mac's Fun Station' kids club lets children enjoy a wider range of activities for those children who have enough energy to play all day long! Plus, 'Fun Station For All' kids club encourages children of different ages to come together.
If your child is taking their 11 Plus exams, we've produced 11 Plus test papers covering Maths, English, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning, in association with Explore Learning. Find our 11 Plus exam papers here.
It is at this age that peer pressure really kicks in: the once-cherished Nintendo DS Lite may be viewed as an embarrassment compared with the best friend’s DSi, iPod Touch or Sony PSP, and the well-intentioned faux sheepskin boots may well be spurned as ‘not real Uggs’. But as children’s tastes become more expensive, their growing proficiency in maths can be turned to parents’ advantage: if they can begin to see the iPod or boots as six months’ pocket money, they will start to understand about the power of saving.