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As well as looking at this age group, please look under General where we have lots more ideas. Please see our main Thinking Skills section for guidance on using these pages.

Key stage...

Age 0 - 5
Young children enjoy pages to stimulate their thought processes and activities to develop their manipulative and coordination skills. We have included some pencil-based ideas to support this.

Children have varying abilities so they might like pages under Age 5-7 as well.

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee crossword


 Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee crossword
Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee crossword

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 Try these ideas with your 5 year old
Try these ideas with your 5 year old
 12 apostles quiz
12 apostles quiz
 FS basic thinking skills
FS basic thinking skills
 Word search 1 reception
Word search 1 reception
 Brain game for Early years
Brain game for Early years
 Let us learn to count-beginning of number
Let us learn to count-beginning of number
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