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Art & Design
| Which is smallest? Which is bigger? Which one is big? Which one is small? These colouring sheets allow children to compare the sizes of animals and to expand vocabulary.
Colour and Count
| How many lambs can you see? How many flowers? How many clouds? Colour the pictures and count the things you can see. Counting practice up to ten.
| Some woolly jumpers are covered in lovely patterns. Count the shapes on the jumper, colour the jumper and add your own shapes to finish the pattern. Recognising and drawing shapes. Counting practice up to ten.
Spot the Sheep
| Find the sheep that are hiding in the picture. Can you find them all? Increasing observation and concentration. Counting up to ten.
An introduction to the British Wool learning website
The story of British wool is fascinating and most people will be surprised at how little they know about it. Those who are familiar with it speak with passion on the topic and from a quick trip to our headquarters in Bradford you would see beaming faces filled with woolly knowledge. Through this new site we hope to share some of our knowledge with you.
Sheep activities for holiday time!
Summer holidays abroad are always fun. Sun, sea and sand give families the chance to relax and create some new memories. Whilst some kids undoubtedly love the excitement of watching the aeroplane take off and land, for others going to the airport and travelling can be less than entertaining and a challenge for parents. However, British Wool is here to help keep kids entertained!
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