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  • Seussville

    Seussville

    The Cat in the Hat, Sam-I-Am, Horton and the Whos, and the rest of the Seuss characters welcome you to Seussville, Dr. Seuss’s playground in cyberspace.

  • Sitters

    Sitters

    Cooking with kids not only is a fun and cheap activity, it’s great for giving them some life-skills, boosting their confidence, and even practicing some fine-motor skills. Even better, helping in the kitchen can entice even the fussiest of eaters to try something new and maybe add a new veg or two to their limited repertoire. Get the kids stuck in with these fun cooking activities for kids.

  • Smiling Mind

    Smiling Mind

    Short audio sessions to help with mindfulness.

  • Spelling Frame

    Spelling Frame

    Spelling games and activities. Choose a spelling rule then choose to either practise the spelling or take a test with those words.

  • Stage Milk

    Stage Milk

    Whether you’re a drama teacher, director, or running a course, acting games are a fantastic tool. They help students get comfortable, warmed up and focused. Acting games also develop important skills required for acting and performing.

  • Tate Kids

    Tate Kids

    Play free games and quizzes, find art activities, explore homework help and share your art with Tate Kids. The best art website for kids.

  • Tesco

    Tesco

    To help you plan tasty, healthy packed lunches that your kids will love, and that are easy to prepare, too, we’ve got six yummy suggestions and some top tips to get you started.

  • The Artful Parent

    The Artful Parent

    Welcome to The Artful Parent blog where we inspire parents to raise creative kids through easy & fun art activities!

  • The James Dyson Foundation

    The James Dyson Foundation

    Dyson engineers have designed these challenges specifically for children. Ideal for home or in the classroom, they encourage inquisitive young minds to get excited about engineering.

  • The Literacy Shed

    The Literacy Shed

    Welcome to The Literacy Shed – the home of visual literacy. Here at Literacy Shed we aim to provide teachers with high quality films and animations that can be used in the primary classroom to enhance the teaching of reading and writing. All of the films on the site we think are suitable for primary aged children although some films may not be suitable for younger children.