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Are you a glory hunter, a plodder, a master strategist, an addict or even a cheat? According to the article WORDLE: What the way you play...
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Friday 23rd July marks the official beginning of the 2020 Olympics from Tokyo - and Google Doodles have launched Doodle Champion Island...
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With Euro 2020 now over, and the summer holidays (nearly) upon us in the UK, there are two great sporting events starting this week to...
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Monday 28th June, the 2021 Wimbledon Tennis Championships began - more than 700 days after the last ball was struck!With it, AELTC has...
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Here is a family online activity for the Easter holidays: explore the truly amazing photographs in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year...
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My mum used to create treasure hunts for my brother and I when we were little - around the house or in the garden. I used the same idea...
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Here are some free live book readings for World Book Day courtesy of Whistles. Tomorrow (Thursday March 4th) at 4pm on Instagram you can...
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If you have not come across Elizabeth Sagan and her truly amazing book art, then you are in for a treat.Elizabeth Sagan is a reader...
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This year's World Book Day takes place on Thursday 4th March. Designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, World...
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Did you know that turning on the (same language) subtitles while children are watching television can double the chances of a child...
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Scottish Opera have released a new film of Humperdinck's beautiful opera of the fairytale story of Hansel and Gretel and you can watch it...
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If you are looking for some inspiration to keep families and children engaged with art during lockdown - or holidays - take a look at the...
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Here is something rather fun for those interested in the space exploration, who might already be waiting impatiently the forthcoming NASA...
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Treasure Trails provide downloadable detective adventures/treasure trails that take you around differing cities and regions in the UK....
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I have written about productions from the Unicorn Theatre before - namely their brilliant theatrical reading of Roald Dahl's The Twits...
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If you haven't already come across Rob Biddulph, he is a fantastic children's illustrator and author - and the man behind...