Baymax photobomb app is here!.
Upload your photos to baymaxphotobomb.net and add in photobombs from Baymax and the team. You can then download your photos and share them via Facebook... [read more]
Have fun saving old or unwanted socks. Crafts are ideal for creative play and are a perfect way to help children develop their imagination. Your kids will love spending time with you... [read more]
Snow occurs when water vapors in the air freeze before they can turn into water. This happens when the temperature in the clouds is very cold. Read more.
The first documented snowman dates... [read more]
SHAUN THE SHEEP was first seen in Nick Park’s Academy-Award winning Wallace and Gromit film A CLOSE SHAVE
and the world’s most famous sheep has continued to enthral television audiences... [read more]
Originally, tennis balls were black or white, but the International Tennis Federation introduced yellow tennis balls in the 1970s because the bright color made the balls more easy for people to see on... [read more]
Tinker Bell and The Pirate Fairy charts a course for the most exciting Disney Fairies adventure ever! When a misunderstood dust-keeper fairy named Zarina steals Pixie Hollow's all-important blue pixie... [read more]
Happy Feet 2.
Mumble, The Master of Tap, has a problem because his tiny son, Erik, is choreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The Mighty Sven — a penguin who can fly!... [read more]
Europe is named after a Phoenician woman of high lineage from Greek mythology. Locate the following Countries in Europe and colour them according to the list below.
Click on the Map to download a printable... [read more]
The Solar System is full of planets, moons, asteroids, comets and minor planets. Scientists believe that it was formed approximately 4.6 billion years ago!.
Try these fun dot to dot activities. You... [read more]
Roughly half of all species on Earth are insects. They can be distinguished from other small animals by their six legs, three body parts (head, thorax and abdomen), antennae, compound eye, and wings (usually,... [read more]
Flowers are the parts of plants that make seeds. They are highly adapted to attract their specific pollinators such as bees, flies, moths and butterflies. Scientists discovered the world’s oldest... [read more]
Just over 70% of our planet is made up of oceans. This is home to 230,000 known species and that’s with only 5% of the Earth’s oceans considered explored!.
Try these fun colouring activities.... [read more]
Easy Easter Egg Decorating: A step by step guide to creating great looking decorative Easter eggs!
You will need.. .
Eggs (either hard boiled or blown)
Food... [read more]
Turkeys Jake and Reggie team up in an effort to save their fellow fowl. Travelling back in time to
the first Thanksgiving, the poultry pair are determined to get their feathered friends out of the oven
and... [read more]
Primary Times - the definitive what’s on and where to go family guide of activities and events for children of primary school age. Things to do with your kids during the school holidays including arts and craft activities, music and theatre for children, parties, competitions, days out, and family attractions along with term time drama schools, dance classes,
after school clubs and sports activities. Things to do at a place near you!