Children will have fun completing a host of activities that will help them learn how to write letters, numbers and words. Cheerfully illustrated with amazing animals, simple activities such as tracing and matching will help to develop pen control and letter formation.
Children will have fun completing a host of activities that will help them learn how to write letters, numbers and words. Cheerfully illustrated with cute animals, simple activities such as tracing and matching will help to develop pen control and letter formation.
Easy-to-follow, practical activities help young learners get to grips with computing. Readers can learn about algorithms, plan their own code and begin to test and debug existing code. Lively illustrations keep readers engaged and wipe-clean pages mean the activities can be repeated again and again.
Easy-to-follow, practical activities help young learners get to grips with the skills needed to program a computer. Activities include spotting patterns, logical thinking, breaking down problems and organising data. Lively illustrations keep readers engaged and wipe-clean pages mean the activities can be repeated again and again.
Easy-to-follow, practical activities help young learners get to grips with how the computers and devices they use, actually work. Lively illustrations keep readers engaged and wipe-clean pages mean the activities can be repeated again and again.
This book introduces first concepts, such as counting and the alphabet, with a simple, fun approach for children aged 3+. Every page has space for children to trace, draw and practise what they have learnt, while simple activities help to develop pen control.
This book introduces first concepts, such as counting and the alphabet, with a simple, fun approach. Every page has space for children to trace, draw and practise what they have learnt, while simple activities help to develop pen control. The pages are designed to be wipe clean, so children can try the educational activities again and again.
Children can become top at telling the time with this fun-filled book, crammed with puzzles and activities, including a practice clock to cut out and make. Learn about hours, minutes and seconds, calendars and timetables, AM and PM, and then try the challenging puzzles. Four pages of stickers and all the answers are at the back of the book.
Super-cool facts sit alongside hands-on activities in this exciting series. Readers can learn how to create a mini water cycle, track a thunderstom and make fog in a jar with step-by-step illustrations and instructions. Flaps to lift and a spectacular fold-out feature spread allow children to delve deeper into the subject.
We all worry. This write-in book is an unworry toolkit, full of things to calm you down and places to put your worries. Activities include creating a worry box, making a mood grid and mindfulness activities such as colouring, doodling and mazes.Written with the help of a psychologist, there are links to websites for tips, advice and support too.
Devised by highly experienced mathematics consultant Caroline Clissold, the activities explore counting, number properties, the concept of equals, simple addition and subtraction, and more. Fairytale characters and contemporary illustrations keep readers engaged, and wipe-clean pages mean the activities can be repeated again and again.
Includes 20 craft projects, 12 games and activities, 4 animal masks and 5 metres of bunting. Inside this fun box from the RSPB discover beautiful craft projects, tasty baking recipes and indoor games and activities, as well as bunting and animal masks to decorate.
The first shapes children learn to draw with confidence are letters, but drawing animals can be more challenging. Using capital letters and some lower case letters as building blocks, this book shows children how to draw a range of cute and quirky animals, from sassy llamas and quirky chameleons, to cuddly koalas and fabulous flamingos.
Meet five busy bees in this adorable addition to the much-loved That's not my... series. Babies and toddlers will love touching the textured patches as they meet bees with sparkly wings, fuzzy tummies and shiny eyes.The bright pictures and textures to stroke are designed to help develop sensory and language awareness.
Packed with over 100 puzzles, games, craft activities, experiments and tips for children aged 7+, Little Book for Big Changes offers fun, educational and creative ways to bring people together to help change the world. This innovative activity book encourages young people to become responsible global citizens
An inspirational look at some of the most amazing women in history, complete with creative fill-in elements to spark imagination. Every page of this book is filled with aspirational and astounding stories about the most influential women to have ever lived. What's more, readers can step into the lives of these inspirational figures with unique activities.
Learn how to draw 101 different pets. It's easy! Follow the simple step-by-step drawings and you will soon be amazing all your friends with your new-found artists' skills! This 48-page book from Top That Publishing contains step-by-step line drawings to help budding artists draw 101 different animals in various shapes, sizes and poses.
Complete beginners can discover how to draw lots of different animals with this delightful write-in book. Each double colourful page has step-by-step drawing instructions, space to practise and doodle in, and ideas for colouring in or adding backgrounds.
A colourful, write-in book featuring a multitude of multiplication puzzles, encouraging children to learn and remember their times tables. Kids can go through each table in turn - with plenty of opportunities to practise each one - before testing themselves with quick quizzes and completing a treasure map which requires all their times tables skills.
The Van Gogh Activity Book is an entertaining and accessible introduction to one of the most famous artists in history. Readers will discover the key features and themes that define Van Gogh as an artist as well as mastering mark making, experimenting with complementary colours, practising perspective and much more with 14 fun, arty exercises.
A fantastic follow-up to Brain Games for Clever Kids, this book is brimming with maths puzzles designed to help kids make the most of their grey matter. From times tables and shape-based search scenes, to mental arithmetic conundrums and pictorial puzzles, there's plenty of content to bamboozle the brain. From bestselling puzzle book author Gareth Moore.
Little physicists will love the mix of information and activities in this educational science book full of zappy ideas. Fun games and puzzles teach boys and girls about sound waves, electricity and the different forces that we interact with every day. Start a lifelong passion for STEM subjects.