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Answers to the Oxford School Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Dictionary activity sheets.
We all can learn how to express, describe, and shift our emotions. Music can help you express or shift your emotions. In this activity, you will learn about the Mood Meter and then you will teach a friend what you have learned.
The elements of music are all around us. They are in every part of our life, even our body! In this activity, you will first learn about the 5 elements of music: rhythm, beats, tempos, pitch and dynamics. Then you will teach them to someone else.
The Vikings were mischievous folk, who even had a god of mischief and mayhem called Loki – a cunning trickster and shapeshifter. Create your own mischief maker with this activity from Riddle of the Runes.
Help your child make their own little knitted Polar pug from the hilarious and highly-illustrated book, Pugs of the Frozen North from Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre.
Make some paper dolls – Christmas style! Just grab paper, scissors and a ruler and your child will be raring to go.