What did the porcupine say when he put his coat on inside out?
What's a snake's favourite subject at school?
Listen to this traditional song about an old lady who swallows a fly.
Print a set of animal body parts flashcards, or print some for you to colour in and write the words!
What can you do to help animals? Practise your reading in English with this newsletter.
Listen to a song about a crazy house which is full of animals.
What did one bat say to another bat?
Listen to the tongue twister and practise saying it. How fast can you say it?
Why do birds fly south in the winter?
Listen to a song about what animals can and can't do.
Who was Dick Whittington? Watch this story, one of our 'British tales' videos about characters and people from British history, to find out!
Animals can do different things and it’s the same for people. Listen to this poem about different things we can all do.
What time is it when an elephant sits on your car?
What do you call an elephant at the North Pole?
Why do elephants paint their toenails red?
Practise sea animal words with this song about underwater life.
What do you call an elephant that flies?
Why have giraffes got long necks?
What do you call a gorilla with a banana in each ear?
Listen to a song about pets.
What's the largest creature in the world? Listen to the grammar chant and find out! Can you hear the comparatives and superlatives in the chant?
Listen to a song about animals in the jungles of Brazil.
Can Gran help Kitty with her science test? Do you know how to use comparatives and superlatives? Watch the video and find out!
Do you like baby animals? Watch the video to find out about ducklings!
English courses for children aged 6-17