Week beginning 6th April
This week would have been the first week of your Easter holiday so there is no ‘work’ (although it’s always good to keep the reading going).
This link will take you to some fun maths activities linked to An Easter Egg Hunt.
Miss McKeon has shared some Easter prayers / crafts and projects for Holy Week. It includes a project for the whole family to complete together.
Easter based activities that may be useful if you feel like you are running out of ideas.
You could make some Easter cakes – if you have the ingredients or create an Easter egg hunt. If you don’t have eggs to hide you could make them out of card and decorate them.
Use card from cereal boxes and a hole punch to do some Easter egg threading.
Paint stones / rocks to look like Easter eggs
Printing using toilet roll tubes, potatoes, pompoms or cotton wool balls, hands and feet.
Easter Holiday Week Beginning 13th April
This week would have been the second week of your Easter holiday so there is no ‘work’ (although it’s always good to keep the reading going).
This link will take you to some fun maths activities- Home Learning Early Years Week 2 - Linked to the story "What the Ladybird Heard"
Below are some ideas of activities you can do. Please remember they are just some ideas to help keep you and your children busy and having fun. You don't have to do them all, or any if you have other things to do over the Easter Holiday.
Easter 2D shapes and cutting practise
Could you try to make an Easter Bonnet?
If you have an old hot you can use that as a base, but its definitely not needed. You could use paper plates and/ or bowls, or card and paper.
Here are some ideas:
Make and Easter Basket- How many eggs can you fit in the basket?
How about making some Easter friends?