Old Sarum Castle Colouring Sheet

A colouring sheet I made for my Young Archaeologists. Based on Old Sarum in Wiltshire. (Some artistic licence was employed about the position of the cathedral.)
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Please enjoy this free resource and share it, but remember the copyright belongs to me.

Neolithic House Colour and Make

Because a few people asked for this, here is my Neolithic house in a colouring in version.

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The copyright of this download belongs to me. Please use, share (with credit to Jools Wilson or Bears Get Crafty), enjoy, but do not copy, sell or otherwise rip off. Thank you.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this free resource. I shared it because I thought it would be educational for children and fun for everyone. I’ll be sharing other free activities as and when I can.   If you can and feel inclined please consider making a donation to the Trussell Trust.

Painting Poems – A Sneak Peek & Worksheet

Here is a peep at the children’s poetry book I’ve illustrated for Julie Anna Douglas. It’s full of lovely poems and pictures and I think it will also appeal to grown up children. We hope it will inspire you play with words and art.

Here is ‘The Dragon’s Eyes’

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We are planning a series of activity sheets to go with the book. They will be available to download FREE.  Here is a taster. What do you think are the rules for looking after a dragon?

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To download PDF of the worksheet click here.

Neolithic House Cut Out and Make Paper Model

Print out and make this Neolithic House model for FREE!

You will need an A4 sheet of paper or thin card, scissor and glue.

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You may also like to visit the Stonehenge website and take a look at their wonderful replica Neolithic Houses.

The copyright of this download belongs to me. Please use, share (with credit to Jools Wilson or Bears Get Crafty), enjoy, but do not copy, sell or otherwise rip off. Thank you.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this free resource. I shared it because I thought it would be educational for children and fun for everyone. I’ll be sharing other free activities as and when I can.   If you can and feel inclined please consider making a donation to the Trussell Trust.