We make fun, inclusive books and visual literacy learning materials that empower children of all ages, all abilities and all learning styles. Our tactile, dynamic method allows kids to use their own ingenuity to develop three crucial elements of literacy:Vocabulary
We donate 20p from every book we sell to Booktrust’s new Children’s Reading Fund to support their work with children with additional needs.Contact us about running a visual literacy workshop in your school!
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Curved House Kids are an energetic educational publisher with a focus on visual literacy and visual methodologies. We aim to make the art of communication achievable for all children, regardless of their skill level or circumstances. We take a democratic approach to learning and visual literacy is our secret weapon! If this sounds like your kind of approach and you’re a practicing teacher in the UK, read on… This year we have run the Principia Space Diary programme in partnership with Lucy Hawking and Queen Mary University of London. This programme has been funded by the UK Space Agency as one of nine educational outreach…
Watch the Soyuz undocking, re-entry and landing LIVE When to tune in (BST) Your quick guide to re-entry timeline shown in British Summer Time (GMT+1) 04:00 Farewell and hatch closing. Crew members will then change into their Sokul spacesuits. 06:15 Soyuz capsule undocks from the ISS. 09:15 Deorbit burn to place Soyuz capsule on its re-entry trajectory. 09:49 Soyuz capsule separates from the orbital module and the heat shield peels away layer by layer. 10:00 Parachutes deploy. 10:15 Soft Landing Engines are fired and the Soyuz capsule lands. Post-landing schedule (BST) On landing, the recovery…
Four hundred years ago Shakespeare died in Stratford-upon-Avon. He left behind a legacy of 37 plays, 154 sonnets and two epic narrative poems. Since then, people all around the world have embraced his work, through books, plays, films and creative projects. We even use his phrases in everyday language, feeling ‘faint hearted’ (Henry VI, Part I), ‘dead as a doornail’ (Henry VI, Part II), or ‘fancy free’ (A Midsummer Night’s Dream). Shakespeare has given us wonderful insults, like ‘loathsome as a toad’ (Troilus and Cressida), and powerful descriptions of love, like ‘it is an ever-fixed mark, that looks on tempests,…
Going to Bologna I didn’t know what to expect. I knew of course children’s books and illustrators but I never imagined the magnitude of the fair. Before this I had only been in my country’s (Colombia) biggest fair — the Bogotá Book Fair (Filbo) — and in Canada I went to the Toronto Book Fair, both wonderful but very different in size and purpose. When Kristen and I arrived we immediately felt the joyful energy of this Italian city and were surprised to see how dog-friendly it is. As we walked through it, in less than an hour, we spotted…