We have also identified a wide range of other activities that the cjhildren might like to do while they are at home.
While we are stuck at home it is really important that we all stay active and healthy. Below are some links to websites which may help. If you are being active at home please take photos and send them to your child’s class teacher via the class email addresses.
Science doesn’t have to be taught in a laboratory. There are lots of interesting things which you can be doing at home in the kitchen or garden if you have one. We will be adding activities and links here for you to try out.
These activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them. If you see a link you can explore how to extend these activities, you will need to sign up, for free, to access these materials. Don’t forget to share your work on social media #ScienceFromHome
Art Challenge No. 2 – To Draw Book Characters from Observation
Art Challenge No. 3 – To create a repeating pattern inspired by the rainbow tribute to the NHS
CRAFTING & COOKERY
Crafty Corner – lots of downloadable links and YouTube tutorials – have fun!
Quick & Easy Cooking – Encourage your children to join you in the kitchen while home from school. They will have plenty of fun while improving their cookery skills. Get them involved with weighing, mixing and, of course, eating!
Cookery Skills by Age – Some recipes to try with your children
Here are some recipes to try with your 3 – 5 year olds:
Here are some recipes for you to try with your 5 – 7 year olds:
Here are some recipes for you to try with your 8 – 11 year olds: