Welcome to Class 3!
Dear Parents and Carers,
Here is a list of different activities you could do at home over the next 2 weeks. These are not compulsory, we thought it would be useful to share some ideas to keep your children entertained.
Warmest regards, The Cathedral School Team.
KS1 Easter activities
- Can you create a workout inspired by the ways that young spring animals move? How does a lamb, rabbit or chick move?
- Can you make Easter nest cakes? Practising your measuring and weighing.
- Try blowing your own eggs and decorating them with an Easter design. Perhaps you could find a way to hang them?
- Make an Easter card, maybe send it to someone in your family who you might not see over Easter.
- Make and decorate salt dough eggs to be decorated and hung in your house or garden.
- Write an acrostic poem using the word EASTER. Remember to start each line with a word beginning with the letter at the start of the line.
- Listen to Vivaldi’s ‘Spring’ Can you think of words that describe the music? Can you paint/draw a picture to represent the sounds that you are hearing?
- Create a silhouette painting of the three hills and crosses. You could cut out the silhouettes from black card or use paint.
- Choose your favourite Easter Hymn and record yourself singing the chorus or playing an accompaniment using instruments that you can find at home.
- Find words that represent Easter and make a word search.
- Write an Easter prayer. Think about the Easter story or who we should be thankful for at this time.
- Find a spring flower and label the parts (root, stem, leaf, flower)
- Phonics Easter egg hunt hide phonics around the house/garden.
- Chocolate data collection. Ask your friends and family whether they prefer milk, white or dark chocolate. Can you put the data you collected on a spreadsheet on Purple Mash using 2Calculate?
Templates for Home learning activities
Spring Term Learning Map
Useful links for home learning!
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Please find the passwords and usernames for TT Rock-stars, Bug Club and Purple Mash in the front of your child's reading record.
Happy reading and have fun practising those times tables!