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The Diary of Dorothy Whiskers
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Children's Magazine, Dorothy Whiskers, Diary, Crafts, Education, Adventure
Children's Magazine, Dorothy Whiskers, Diary, Crafts, Education, Adventure

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This year's #easter  tree!
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Little #origami   #easter  bunnies are appearing all over the house!
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Coastal Erosion and the City Under the Sea
As sand, soil or rock is eroded (worn away) from one place it has to end up somewhere else! When it settles we call this  Sediment  - which is taken by the action of wind, water, or ice, and/or by the force of gravity to a new place. You can see this at the...
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The sun is out!!! Hurrah! Get OUTSIDE! 
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Ever watched a cormorant drying off its wings? #outdoorfun  
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Hallowe'en!
Dorothy and friends love Hallowe'en. Partly because the weather is usually relatively fine and still warm and they get to celebrate outside with their friends. Hallowe'en is a sociable festival totally aimed at children. It's that lovely gold, yellow, bronz...
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Make a "putt-put" steam boat.
Putt putt steam boats have a long history. They are also known as "pop pop boats" and were very popular in the first half of the 20th Century, usually in a tin version with copper tubing. The Cub Scout Manuals from 1954-1977 included instructions for making...
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Carrot, Stick..... Or Carrot Stick? Why grammar matters!
Grammar - Using Commas Our little guinea pig, Pickle has proved to be incredibly intelligent, affectionate and (for a rodent) pretty smart. He's even been known to host his own talent show:- He is also a perfect individual to teach you about Commas and thei...
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The Age of Steam
This article is about Victorians (KS2) and also about science and an adventure!  SO much fun in ONE post! Bygone Days Dorothy and friends are on holiday in North Norfolk and yesterday took a trip on the "Poppy Line".   As a volunteer-led fully functional st...
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