In ancient times, the Greeks built temples to honor and worship their gods. Early on, the temples were small buildings made largely from mud-bricks. As the centuries passed, the Greeks constructed magnificent stone temples, such as the Panthenon. From these famous structures, we can learn about the architecture, history, and culture of the ancient civilization that built them. Children can build their own wooden Greek Temple using our Antiquity Builder Set (6.31)
32 pages of fun Christmas pictures with items to find and count.
Hours of fun are included in these pages. Santa, his elves and his reindeer star in this whimsical holiday book.
This is a jolly puzzle book stuffed full of Christmas things to find and count. Busy scenes, including Christmas Land, a snowball fight and Santa's workshop, burst with things for children to find, count and talk about.
A wonderful collection of ten folktales specially chosen from around the globe.
Stories are The Baobab Tree, Baba Yaga the Flying Witch, The Stonecutter, Dick Whittington, The Three Wishes, The Fish that Talked, King Midas and the Golden Touch, Brer Rabbit Down the Well, The Magic Pear Tree and Genie in the Bottle.
Each story is brilliantly illustrated by artists from the Usborne Young Reading Programme
Interesting columns, roof pieces and stairs take your structure back to the Greek and Roman Empires. The blocks are made in Germany from the highest quality maple hardwood and will stand up to the test of time, as well as the test of a three year old. 42 pieces in 11 shapes.