We’ve put together a list of things to try over the Easter holidays. There is a good variety of things to try and do. Included are a lot of life skills to have a go at that will benefit you (and sometimes your parents) in the future. I wonder who will be able to tick off all 20?
The maths packs mentioned in number one are being sent separately.
20 Things to try during the Easter break:
- Have a go at one of the Holiday Maths packs.
- Learn how to cook a meal for your family.
- Learn how to tie knots. https://www.animatedknots.com/complete-knot-list
- Build an animal home in your garden.
- Learn the names of the animals and plants in your garden.
- Write a letter to post to a friend.
- Camp out in your garden & tell stories late at night.
- Learn how to sew on a button.
- Learn a story to tell from memory.
- Play a board game – or even better design your own.
- Make a family tree and learn about your ancestors.
- With supervision, learn how to make a cup of tea or coffee for your parents.
- Count the change in your money box (if you have one).
- Learn how to change your duvet cover and make your bed.
- Visit a museum or gallery from the comfort of your home (many of the big museums have interactive museum tours now).
- Learn how to lace and tie a pair of shoes.
- Have a go at tracking https://rainorshinemamma.com/animal-tracking-with-child-beginners-guide/ – see if you can identify which animals have visited your garden (or local area if you manage to get out).
- Test which paper aeroplane flies the furthest https://www.foldnfly.com/#/1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-2
- Learn to play a card game.
- Learn the names of constellations and the position of planets in our sky (there are a lot of apps to help with this).