It is the Easter Holidays and time for you to relax and make the most of the lovely weather. I am really gutted that I can't wish you Happy Easter in person but know I will be thinking of you all as I tuck into my 4th or 5th chocolate egg!
If you want to try something creative then why not have a go at these oragami projects - I would love to see your finished products.
I also know some of you love the multiplication mosaics so I have included an Easter themed one for you - you don't have to complete it but I know some of you love them!
Don't forget to look on the Forest School webpage for forest school type activities you can do in your home and garden.
Lots of them are 'off screen' ideas.
Every day, artist of the book 'Don't let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!' Mo Willems will be hosting a session on drawing different characters/items and how you can use these in writing.
His videos are posted at 1 o'clock Eastern Time (America) but will remain on his site for the rest of the day. Why not click on and have a break and enjoy some drawing. I would love to see any of your finished pieces.
Click here to see what he has been drawing.
For those of you who enjoy drawing comics (and I know there are quite a few of you) try this site with some great ideas for activities.
GET UP AND GO
Want to try something new? Try some dancing with Oti Mabuse (from Strictly). She has some great dance routines and they are fun for everyone to join in with. Go on ... give it a go.
Why not try GoNoodle; a great, energetic exercise site. They have a YouTube channel or you can download the free app. It has lots of great videos for you to get moving to with lots of great and catchy songs.
We have got access to Real PE a fun, interactive programme of PE activities. To log in you will need to use these details
Why not give it a go and try something new!
CHASE THE RAINBOW 🌈
All across the country and the world, people are displaying rainbows to show others in self isolation that they are thinking of them and spreading happiness. Thanks to Langi’s picture we were inspired to make our own in class. If you are at home why not make your own Rainbow and display it somewhere to show people that you are thinking of them. You can even go on a rainbow walk and see how many you can spot.
I hope that you are all safe and that we see each other soon. Make sure you look after yourselves and your family and friends. Miss you all.
🌈 Mrs David 🌈