Age 7 to 11 Fun stuff

Spending time playing, creating things and talking with your child is a great way of helping them learn.

Here are lots of fun things to do together from creating a family history keepsake to listening to exciting stories.

Ideal for all the family, a whole hour of extracts from The Sarah Jane Adventures (read by Elisabeth Sladen) and Doctor Who stories, read by members of the TV series, including David Tennant. Click here.
The Sarah Jane Adventures and Doctor Who Stories

Create a family history keepsake
Make a book or website of your family's history by trying out some of the ideas here.

Gladys and the ChiX

Gladys and the ChiX
Three sisters set up a girl band in this tale from Storynory.

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The Wicked Uncle

The Wicked Uncle
What will happen when “Wicked” Uncle Jeff is left in charge of the children? From Storynory.

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A Proud Peacock

A Proud Peacock
Try this tongue-twister from Storynory: A pale pink proud peacock pompously preened its pretty plumage.

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The Minotaur

The Minotaur
A duel between man and monster in a dark underground labyrinth, from Storynory.

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Other ideas

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