Individual session: Royal visit to the beach


Please use these activities to remember Queen Elizabeth II with your little ones.

“Royal visit to the beach” is the perfect activity for your little ones. Extend the learning by discovering the wonders and importance of the sea with your little ones.

In this adventure you will:

  • Wake up the Littlemagictrain and arrive at the seaside.
  • Put on your sunscreen, hat, and swimsuit as it’s time for some fun.
  • Meet the Queen’s soldiers and horses as they patrol the beach.
  • Build a sandcastle with the Queen – could it be Windsor Castle?
  • Find the Queen as she has wandered off to feed some seagulls.
  • March with the soldiers as they check everything is ready for the Queen’s dip.
  • Join the Queen as she goes for a dip in the sea and floats on the Royal Lilo.
  • Time to wake up and say goodbye to the Queen and all her soldiers.
  • Find your Littlemagictrain and return home.

There are so many opportunities for learning in the adventures. All the planning and hard work has been done for you and the sessions cover all areas of the Foundation Phase and the new EYFS.  These sessions are also a wonderful activity for children with additional learning needs.

Don’t forget to give the children their certificate’, on completion of their adventure.

Your download includes:

  • Introduction to Littlemagictrain
  • Session plans with your illustrations
  • Practitioner Notes (guidance with the music and movement)
  • Music

Available in Welsh-medium.

Each individual download will include:


A guide to running your own Littlemagictrain adventure.

Session Plan and Practitioners notes for our "Royal visit to the beach" adventure.

  • This guide shows you how to move the story forward with illustrations, music and movement.

Download illustrations

Who can you see at the beach?

Sandcastle time.

Hungry seagulls.

Who can you see in the sea?


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