Explore our seasonal resources, for when you need something specific for special events!
Use our brand new KS1 and 2 teaching resource to use block printing techniques to make your own wrapping paper and raise money too!
The inspiring story of Sushila and her family in Rathasthan will help children to create a product they can sell to family or friends, and perhaps donate the funds to help Traidcraft Exchange!
To integrate the Commonwealth Games and the Queen's Baton Relay into the classroom we’ve created a new crafty activity, suitable for KS1 and KS2.
The activity is in two different formats. The first is the activity as a purely arts and crafts resource. The second link offers the same resource in a form which is suitable for a religious education lesson.
Learn about the life of a tea farmer, and get crafty at the same time!
This resource explores the life of a tea farmer through the eyes of 12 year old Shathi, in Bangladesh. The resource is suitable for KS 1 and 2.
The resource contains background on Shathi's life, a powerpoint showing images of her in the tea fields, and ideas for tea hunts and felt coaster making. There are also ideas for extending the activities, if more of a challenge is required!
This resource is a wonderful look at fair trade at any time of the year, but would be perfect for helping your school get involved in Fairtrade Fortnight!