As we approach the Easter holidays, we know the children have been working very hard and deserve some chill time! Here are some fun and creative Easter activities for you to be busy with over the next few weeks.
Please share your creations on Facebook or Twitter for us all to see!
Home learning activities will resume on Monday 20th April.
Mr Laws, Mrs Patrick, Miss Rawling and Miss Hope
Remember - Don't forget to stay active. Keep moving, cycling, walking, scooting, running & garden games. Mr Laws has continued his morning routine with a run followed by Joe Wicks. Challenge - can you complete a Joe Wicks workout every day for 2 weeks?
North Tyneside PE - Easter Activities Timetable
Don't forget to keep yourself moving during all your Easter craft activities and Easter egg eating. North Tyneside PE team have created a brilliant structured timetable on how to stay active every day. The activities are appropriate for all ages including adults!!!
Easter Bonnet - There may not be an Easter bonnet parade at school this year but why not make one with your child and parade it on our school Twitter or Facebook instead?
Boil an egg and decorate it - be as creative as you like. You could put your egg into a scene from one of the History of Geography topics your class has studied so far this year.
With all of the toilet roll hoarding i'm sure everybody has got a few toilet roll holders to have a go at this craft!
Fancy conducting your own experiment? Then why not try making a bouncy egg!
Easter Card Craft
Google have some amazing Easter Card Craft Ideas. We liked this idea, Using plain paper cut out your card shape and add detail using coloured pencils/ crayons/ pens. Add extra detail using additional pieces of paper or craft pieces you have around the house. How creative can you get?
Let's Get Creative
Maths, English & Phonics Easter Activities