To celebrate the release of Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the Mummy this September I have a fabulous fun-filled Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the MummyActivity pack for you to print and download for FREE! Full of colouring and puzzles it is the perfect kid’s activity to give you 15 minutes of peace and quiet.
We have a brilliant Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the Mummy Free Activity Pack for you to download and for the kids to enjoy including colouring, puzzles and memory games
About Tad Stones
Tad Stones started out as a construction worker in the first movie. Tad dreams of being a professional archaeologist. Het started out as Las aventuras de Tadeo Jones a 2012 Spanish 3D computer-animated adventure comedy film directed by Enrique Gato.
Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the Mummy
In this follow-up movie, Tad would love for his archaeologist colleagues to accept him as one of their own, but he always messes everything up. Tad accidentally destroys a sarcophagus and unleashes an ancient spell endangering the lives of his friends: Mummy, his dog Jeff and Belzoni. With everyone against him and only helped by Sara, he sets off on an adventure that will take him from Mexico to Chicago and from Paris to Egypt, in order to put an end to the curse of the Mummy.
How to Download Tad the Lost Explorer and The Curse of the Mummy Activity Pack
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- White Card stock (UK Link/US Link)
- Scissors or paper trimmer (UK Link/US Link)
- Colouring supplies of your choice (we used a selection of watercolour paints, pencils, crayons and pens)
I always print my printables directly onto 160 gsm cardstock using my Epson Ecotank Printer rather than regular paper, this way they are a little more durable and the pens do not bleed through to the other side.
I am a firm believer in giving kids the best quality art products that way they will last and give great results.