Charlie’s off on another big adventure! Click on the image, print it out and colour it in!
Can you spot all 5 difference to help Sir Charlie on his way through the desert!
Some quick and interesting facts about the Ancient Egyptians!
Are you thinking of having a Sir Charlie Stinky Socks party? Click on the image for some fun party ideas.
Click on the image for instructions on how to make your own Sir Charlie party favour boxes.
Have an adult help you cut out the place cards, and write your friends’ names on each side.
Print out and create your own Sir Charlie party hat!
Can you link the shapes to the correct word?
Click the image to see the full size. Print out the face mask and ask a grown up to help you cut it out.
Stick this face mask to a piece of card, then ask a grown-up to help you cut it out, and colour it in!
Have an adult help you cut out your own door hanger. Click the image for more instructions and to see the full size.
Create and decorate your own door hanger! Click the image to see the full size.
Have a grown-up help you cut along the dotted lines to make a paper chain. Click the image for full instructions!
Can you help Sir Charlie Stinky Socks get the birthday cake readyfor the party by drawing some decorations?
Click on the image to see the full size. You can print out invitations to a party and decorate them yourself!
Click on the image to see the full size. You can print out invitations to a party!
Click on the image and ask a grown-up to help you cut out each flag to make your own party bunting!
Click on the image to see the full size. Then, print it out, and help Charlie find his way to the treasure.
Click on the image to see the full size. Then, print it out, spot the differences, and colour it in!
Click on the image to see the full size. Then, print it out and colour it in!
Click on the image to see the full size. Then, print it out, copy the picture square by square and colour it in!
Behold! all you would-be bold, brave Knights. Here’s how to make your own Sir Charlie Stinky Socks costume.
glue, paint brush, marker pen, scissors
tin foil and cardboard
Or you can make up your own shapes and patterns. Every knight has his own style, so it doesn’t matter what your pattern looks like.
Next use the gold paint to fill in your swirly shapes. You might need two layers to make it really shiny.
While all the paints are drying you can make your trusty sword.
Then you can use the handle part of the template to make extra pieces to strengthen your hilt. That’s what the handle of a sword is called.
Finally, wrap some tin foil around the blade of your sword. And ta dah! You are ready for adventure. Well, almost…
Now you are ready for a Really BIG Adventure. Have fun!
To celebrate Sir Charlie’s SEVENTH adventure and International Talk Like A Pirate Day, we invited all super fans to read a very piratey scroll in their best pirate costumes.
The feedback was overwhelming and we had a very difficult time choosing the winner. Sir Joseph and Baby Theo’s outstanding effort eventually won us over, but we have included as many entrants as possible in the Sir Charlie trailer.
Watch Joseph and Theo’s winning entry below:
In this video from Julia Donaldson’s Picture Book Plays website, author Kristina Stephenson helps children to act out her book Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Really Big Adventure.
Sir Charlie Stinky Socks author Kristina Stephenson had a great time at this year’s Edinburgh Festival. She performed her wonderful ‘Sing Something Smelly with Sir Charlie’ show to a sell-out audience. Here’s a quick film to give you a taste of the event!