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Heathside Grove

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Easter Activities

St. Paul's Easter Isolation Challenge

 

 

EYFS and Year 1

  • Draw or paint an Easter picture. You could include eggs, chicks, bunnies and flowers.
  • Decorate a hardboiled egg with different colourful patterns.
  • On you daily walk, count how many different coloured flowers you can see.
  • Make an Easter card for your family.
  • Bake an Easter treat, such as chocolate cornflake cake nests.
  • Read a story and then draw a picture of your favourite part or character.
  • Decorate an egg to look like a character and then decorate the inside of a cardboard box (shoebox, cereal box, tissue box) to make a scene for your egg!
  • Cut a potato in half, then dip it in yellow paint and make potato prints. When they are dry use felt tips to turn them into chicks by adding legs, wings and a beak.
  • Build an Easter bunny out of Lego or other construction toys.

 

 

Year 2 and Year 3

  • Draw/design a vehicle that can transport a hardboiled egg safely from one point to another.
  • Write the Easter bunny's diary entry about his / her disastrous day delivering the eggs.
  • Draw and write a comic strip with an Easter theme.
  • Build an Easter egg / bunny using Lego or other construction toys.
  • Create an Easter card to give to a member of your family.
  • Design and make an Easter hat or crown; you could decorate it with eggs, chicks, bunnies and flowers.
  • Decorate a hardboiled egg with different colourful patterns.
  • Bake an Easter treat, such as chocolate cornflake cake nests.
  • Decorate an egg to look like a character and then decorate the inside of a cardboard box (shoebox, cereal box, tissue box) to make a scene for your egg!
  • Design some symmetrical Easter egg images.

 

Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6

  • Design some packaging for a new Easter egg.
  • Create an advert to promote a new Easter egg made by Willy Wonka.
  • Write your own Easter shape poem or acrostic poem using the letters from the word Easter to start each line (eg Eggs all brightly coloured, All the flowers dance in the sun, Sleepy chicks all snuggle together etc.).
  • Find out how Easter is celebrated in different parts of the world.
  • Design some symmetrical Easter egg images.
  • Design a card / board game with an Easter Egg Hunt theme.
  • Draw and write a comic strip with an Easter theme.
  • Bake an Easter treat, such as chocolate cornflake cake nests.
  • Decorate an egg to look like a character and then decorate the inside of a cardboard box (shoebox, cereal box, tissue box) to make a scene for your egg!
  • Create an egg and spoon obstacle course in your garden.

 

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