We’ve got a selection of stories and fables for children to enjoy this World Storytelling Day 2015.
Kids can get involved with the spring cleaning this year by learning how to draw a fairy with this activity for kids.
memorate the birthday of Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, we’re sharing this fun, simple science experiment for kids, which is all about seeing sound.
Discover the power of air pressure with our fantastic fun science experiments for kids, which is ideal for all young scientists.
Have you got some last-minute presents to wrap and no gift tags? Here's your chance to save the day and make some labels with a difference.
Step back in time to when dinosaurs roamed Earth with our free How to draw a dinosaur kids activity sheet!
Download our free alphabet worksheets from Learn to Write Letters and help your toddler practise writing the letters of the alphabet.
Make your own Brazilian parrot notepad holder with our easy guide; which has been taken from our Make Jungle Animals book. So grab the glue and get stuck in!
Use our free downloadable chart to write your name in hieroglyphs, just like the Egyptians did!
Ever wanted to know how to draw a butterfly? Well, look no further! We have put together a simple how-to guide for drawing a beautiful butterfly.
Are you a cheeky monkey or an energetic frog? Make it official by making an awesome mask!