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    I Need a Wee! – spot the difference

    I Need a Wee! – spot the difference

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘I Need a Wee!’ by Sue Hendra, illustrated by Paul Linnet.

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    Hoot Owl – spot the difference

    Hoot Owl – spot the difference

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘Hoot Owl’ by Sean Taylor, illustrated by Jean Jullien.

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    I Need a Wee! – colouring sheet

    I Need a Wee! – colouring sheet

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘I Need a Wee!’ by Sue Hendra, illustrated by Paul Linnet.

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    Hoot Owl – maze

    Hoot Owl – maze

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘Hoot Owl’ by Sean Taylor, illustrated by Jean Jullien.

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    Hoot Owl – Draw your own illustrations

    Hoot Owl – Draw your own illustrations

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘Hoot Owl’ by Sean Taylor, illustrated by Jean Jullien.

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    Gracie Grabbit and the Tiger – colouring sheet

    Gracie Grabbit and the Tiger – colouring sheet

    Use this fun activity sheet to support activities based on the picture book ‘Gracie Grabbit and the Tiger’ by Helen Stephens.

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    Dame Ellen MacArthur

    Ellen MacArthur

    Discover more about the inspirational achievements of Ellen MacArthur with these engaging cross-curricular activities. John Davis’s brilliant lesson-plan ideas can be easily adapted and differentiated to suit KS1 or KS2 pupils.

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    Nature symmetry 2

    Nature’s symmetry

    Introduce children to the concept of symmetry by investigating symmetry in the world around them.

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    Design your own flag

    Design your own flag

    Let children use their imaginations to come up with different flag designs. They could do this as a drawing and colouring activity, or as a collage using coloured tissue paper or similar.

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    Flags of the world

    Flags of the world

    This colourful poster looks great as part of a classroom display. Use it as inspiration for children to design their own flags or as a starting point for a discussion on symmetry.