Rainy day fun!

When your half-term plans of BBQs and beaches have been scuppered by the weather, it’s always good to have some kind of back-up on hand. Read on for free downloadable activities that will not only keep kids entertained inside when they can’t go outside, but also help support the learning process during the school holidays.

To find your free activities, click the link below each description and it’ll take you to the book page – just scroll down to the bottom and click ‘free stuff’!

1. You Can’t Eat a Princess by Gillian Rogerson

This summery, chocolatey intergalactic adventure is the perfect picture book for kids aged up to around seven – take a look here for a free preview, and find a wordsearch, colouring activities, a design-your-own-alien worksheet and a template for creating your own space adventure.

Read the book and find your free stuff here

2. The Adventures of Longarm #2 by Sam and Mark

If they love Sam and Mark, make sure they read their latest superhero caper! Make the most of our free accompanying activities – find a wordsearch, an extract from the book, and templates for creating your own bolster boots, genius inventions, superhero and more.

Read the book and find your free stuff here

3. Harper and the Circus of Dreams by Cerrie Burnell

Read this magical, mystical adventure by Cerrie Burnell and then test your knowledge with our wordsearch. Once you’ve done that, follow the template to draw your very own Circus of Dreams!

Read the book and find your free stuff here

4. Create Your Own: Spy Mission by Andrew and Chris Judge

If they’re always hankering after the latest gadget, this is what they’ve been waiting for; create your own spy adventure with this book, and find a downloadable poster, a Identikit activity sheet and a draw-your-own-gadgets activity!

Read the book and find your free stuff here

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