An AMAZing week with 30 new maze games on Learn From Play
This week's blog is the first in a five part series on making spelling fun - Letter Ladder. Each of the 5 articles is a quick read on gamifying what can otherwise be a boring part of the curriculum.
This week's Free activities are for the classic book Dirty Bertie and the CBCA Notable Eve Pownall book Trouble in the Surf.
Other than that we have a new motivational poster for our premium members and our new maze game is finally here as we passed 2000 members in our Learn From Play community this week.
Thanks to your feedback we have created new book activities for David Robert's classic story of a boy who follows the wrong examples Dirty Bertie. Our other FREE set of
resources this week is for the CBCA notable book Trouble In The Surf. This is a very interesting story about the start of Surf Lifesaving in Australia and the young Sir Charles
Please keep the suggestions for books coming like the one for Pig The Pug which is now in the pipeline! Click on either image below to see the activities for these 2 books.
Our latest poster is a quote from James Baldwin that I find very apt when I look at my own children and the things they do. Let me know if you agree of disagree with this comment.
Finally, our new maze game has rolled out this week. We will have this on all our books within the next few days. To play it just scroll down to the games section of the book
resource page and click on the maze icon. The game will open in a new window and be 100% ad free.
The games below are advertisement free and will open in a new window. They can be played by children online as many times as they like. The Match Up Memory Card Game will allow children to improve their memory while the Maze Game lets them develop strategy and problem solving skills while having fun. These games will also build children's attention, concentration and focus, visual recognition and short-term memory. Enjoy.
Until next week please stay safe and let me know if there are resource you would like included on the site or what you thought of our latest poster.
Read Our past newsletters
We love to hear from parents, teachers, librarians, authors, fellow content creators, designers and anyone else who has something positive or constructive to tell us about our site and our resources; Contact us.