We wont be setting work over the Easter holiday but we know that some of you might be looking for things to do over the holiday. We would really like you to rise to the re cycle challenge above and send your photos for sharing on the website to email@example.com put Easter in the subject box. Remember if you are in the photo your parents must have given permission to be on the website.
Here are some other suggestions of things you could do.
Make an Easter Hat (KS2 can do this too) could be a bobble hat with chick pictures pinned on. Use what you have and then take a picture and get an adult to email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it to the website. Evie and Lillian have pictures there already.
Or maybe you want to make an egg model (again KS1 and reception could do this too) and again feel free to send pictures to include on website.
Alongside your rainbow put up a coloured Easter Egg design in windows so when others are out on their daily exercise they can hunt for them.
How about thinking of all the fun things you like to do, a film, a game of football in the garden, a baking session etc on slips of paper and put them in a box. Then each day take a turn to choose something special to do that day. There are some Easter baking ideas here.
How about those budding inventors- have a look at this
Wallace and Gromit Cracking Ideas
You have all registered and downloaded resources in the past from our Cracking Ideas website, this website is a reminder our website includes plenty of fun things to do from aged 4 -16 plus. There are films, games and activities that children can work through independently plus activity packs to work through and discuss together - all are curriculum linked to the four nations.
With all the school closures Our Cracking Ideas competition is still running. Children have been set the challenge of recreating an everyday object and make it better by coming up with their very own “Cracking Idea” through enhancing, improving or re-design. There is a wealth of information in the form of learning materials, worksheets and activities about the competition. These activities and resources guide children through the creative process helping them develop and evaluate new ideas to overcome existing problems.
The application form can be downloaded from Cracking Ideas website or, alternatively you can post your entry using the attached form. There are plenty of hints and tips and additional resources on the Cracking Ideas website, (the gallery is excellent) plus films all about the new competition on youtube