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Everything on CBeebies is made with learning in mind. While your little one is playing, they are learning and having fun at the same time. To find some of the best activities for you and your child, start by simply answering this question:
How many minutes do you have?
- 5 mins (321)321 activities available lasting 5 minutes.
- 15 mins (110)110 activities available lasting 15 minutes.
- 30 mins (162)162 activities available lasting 30 minutes.
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- Sporty Summer Passport Presenters 30 mins
- Tree Fu Tom - Conkerball Cup Race Tree Fu Tom 15 mins
- Andy's Dinosaur Adventures Game Andy's Dinosaur Adventures 30 mins
- Sew your own CBeebies Bug Presenters Half a day
- Swashbuckle Adventures game Swashbuckle 15 mins
- Wildlife Scrapbook Presenters 30 mins
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08:10AM on Jul 18, 2014
To celebrate a new exhibition about the past, present and future of BBC Children's TV at The Lowry in Salford, CBeebies presenters get nostalgic for their childhood television favourites.See more from the blog
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Wondering what to do with the little ones these summer holidays? We have a whole suitcase full of ideas in our handy article: http://bbc.in/WFSCwK
What are your top tips to keep little ones entertained over the summer? If you're in Scotland and have been off for a while do you have any advice?
last year we did one 'pay for' thing per week and all the rest of the time was picnics, local woods, hills, making stuff, playing and film afternoon at home with homemade popcorn (a million times cheaper than bought! ) also visiting natural history museums as they are free to get in and always have activities. And plenty of swimming as kids swim free in Oxfordshire!
Paddling pool, swing park, baking..and sleepovers at grandparent's!
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