To celebrate the release of Disney’s Cinderella on DVD and Blu-Ray this summer, we’re sharing some free printable activity sheets to get you and your children in the mood for the movie. If you haven’t yet seen the new version of Cinderella, check out the trailer at the end of this post. We really enjoyed […]
If you’re fasting this Ramadan, I hope your fasts are going smoothly. Here on In The Playroom, we have been sharing some fun Ramadan printables along with Ramadan activities and crafts for kids, to help the little ones feel involved and excited during this special month. Today I have a simple Ramadan word search for […]
Maths gets a bad reputation in some circles, with children labelling it “boring” and even parents feeling intimidated by maths, and not emphasising it’s importance as much as reading or other key skills. To challenge this and show plenty of ways that maths can be fun, the Cool Maths for Cool Kids series, hosted at Peakle […]
As I mentioned when I shared the prayer mat colouring in pages, I will be sharing a free Ramadan colouring book available for all of you to print out for your children. Today I’m sharing a few more pages from this colouring book. I hope you like them!
I’m excited to share that we’ve put together a whole Ramadan colouring book to share with you, featuring lots of Islamic themed colouring pages as well as printable activities for kids. I’ll be sharing each of the pages with you, and then will share the whole book so that you can download all of the […]
We may be in the UK, but any excuse for a celebration is good to me! These 4th of July party printables are too cute not too share, so whether you’re reading from the UK or the US, I hope you enjoy this free printable pack from TinyMe.
I know many of you love the grown up colouring pages that we have been sharing recently, so I’ve put together a set of free printable mandalas to colour. I hope you enjoy them. I heard of one reader planning to make a blanket fort party where they would sit and colour together – what […]
This printable set is a sweet way for kids to express their thoughts about Dad and let him know all the things that they love and appreciate about him.
This month a group of Multicultural Kid Bloggers have got together to create an A-Z of raising global citizens. I’ve always found maps really fascinating to study, and remember spending hours leafing through my Weetabix Atlas as a child (anyone else remember that book from the 90s? It was the best!) So naturally I opted […]
The London Activity Book illustrated by Esther Coombs is packed full of creative activities for kids, from colouring to drawing and designing. It also has lots of fun London facts, and puzzles for children to complete like mazes, and spotting things within a picture. There are postcards at the back of the book too, which you can […]