Learning Resources

A range of activities to help you get the most out of Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonder series.

Have a proper hootenanny in the classroom with these resources for Caroline's books.

Taking part in the Scottish Children's Book Awards presents you with some wonderful opportunities for creative learning, and these resources are the perfect guide for any teacher or librarian looking to explore the books in the Younger Readers Category (8-11 yrs). Inside you'll find activities to help your pupils create a buzz about the shortlist, as well as creative activities based on the books and a guide to writing the perfect review for our review competition.

Explore the darkly brilliant Tales from Schwartzgarten series.

These resources provide a range of activity ideas to help you get the most out of watching James' Authors Live event.

A range of creative learning activities for Gangsta Granny and Billionaire Boy.

The Etherington Brothers give us their top five tips for writing, filmed on location (at a mini-golf course) as part of the Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour.

The Scottish Friendly Children's Book Tour with the Etherington Brothers visited schools in North and South Lanarkshire in May 2013. Primary teacher Paula Jeffreys (Ladywell Primary School) used this opportunity to create cross curricular links with both Art and ICT.  

Find out how Amanda Rawlings, teacher at Goodyburn Primary School in Perth and Kinross, used Lucy Hawking's Authors Live broadcast as the starting point for a brilliant project bringing together literacy, art and science.

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