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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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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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If you haven't already come across Rob Biddulph, he is a fantastic children's illustrator and author - and the man behind #DrawWithRob.

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Safer Internet Day, coordinated in the UK by the Safer Internet Centre is an annual event aiming to raise awareness of online issues and...

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The best way to see how many stars we can all see in the sky is… to count them!

This year, CPRE (The Countryside Charity) are asking...

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The free downloadable storytelling pack, from the National Centre for Creative Writing, is crammed with tips and activities for engaging...

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Oxplore is a free educational website created by the University of Oxford, designed to engage 11-18 year olds with complex ideas across a...

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Paignton Zoo's mission is to conserve species and habitats, and to inspire and empower people to help in the fight to protect...

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This is a great set of free online tools (or 'experiments') made by Google, allowing kids - and adults - to explore music in a fun way....

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As part of their offering to support Lockdown Learning, the BBC are showing their series of CBBC Celebrity Supply Teacher.

Each episode...

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Do you have a budding artist in your family? Maybe they'd like to enter the Royal Academy of Arts Young Artist's Summer Show?

Who can enter?

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Looking for something to keep children engaged with nature as you go on your daily walk?

Both Tree Tools for Schools and Wildlife Watch...

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There are two Stargazing Events coming from Oxford, UK in the next few weeks - both online, both free, and both child-friendly!

This...

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The Virtual School Library has been developed by the Oak National Academy in partnership with the National Literacy Trust.

Every week a...