In this section, you can find different ways of connecting activities together, using themes like; fictional/factorial stories, historical characters/events, a period in time. If you've never attempted creating a collection of themed activities, then below will help you understand how to do this.
You can do this two ways either by collecting a group of activities, and then creating a fluid story (e.g. The Elf Story), which creates links through each activity, or you could equally choose a story already known (e.g. The Fantastic Mr Fox) and use it to help you decide what activities to pick.
In Search of the Hidden Trident
Your group are mermaids/mermens and they are trying to find the hidden trident. Only the trident will help them find the secret cave of Neptune. On your travels, you will see your friend Tallulah the turtle, who will help you in your quest to find the hidden trident.
It's a Bug's Life
What different types of creatures live in and around your area. You will focus on making a bug in both a physical form and picture.
An Insight into Sir Isaac Newton
Sir Isaac Newton was a genius and his discoveries are the foundation of a lot of scientific and maths theories. This theme focuses on one of his discoveries, which was 'universal gravitation (gravity).
The Tales of Robin Hood
Welcome to the tales of Robin Hood, whereby, Robin has asked village folk if they have what it takes in becoming one of his Merries. This team are Robin Hood's trusted steeds, who are all highly trained men and women.