It is nearly the Easter holidays!
In this short 3 day week, we would like you to have a go at some of the following Easter activities:
- On Twinkl, find the Easter story PowerPoint to read, and then find the (free) sequencing cards: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/T-T-003-Easter-Story-Sequencing . How much of the Easter story do you remember from last year? Can you cut out, jumble up and re-sequence the pictures? Perhaps you can make your own book, writing a paragraph under each picture (Twinkl has some free Easter story writing frames too).
- Make an Easter card for your family, or perhaps to send to someone you won’t be able to visit for a little while. Here are some ideas we have found, or you can come up with your own creative idea, depending on what materials you have at home:
As an extra:
- Have you heard about the #rainbowtrail? Lots of children around the country are making rainbows in many creative ways to display in their window, so that when we go on our daily exercise outing, we can see how many we can count. Mrs Pastor’s daughter Léa painted one last week, but you could also use paper to collage, colouring pens or pencils, natural materials you find outside or even stitching or knitting. If you haven’t already made one, can you see what creative ways you can think of to make a rainbow and send us a picture?
If you would like to show us any photos or videos of what you have done, please send us an email! We would love to see what you have been up to.
You must also read every day, practise your high frequency words and try to complete some activities on Education city or Bug Club. Try some mindfulness to relax and activity to keep your body moving! Joe Wicks is doing free PE lessons on his Youtube channel at 9am every day.
During the Easter holidays, please keep reading and practising your times tables. Most of all, stay safe and have fun!
Term starts again on Monday 20th April, so we will be sending you some new projects and activities then.