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School has now re-opened for EYFS; Year 1; children of keyworkers and a Year 6 bubble. Any questions or queries please contact the school office Monday - Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm. Thank you :)*****Weekly homelearning projects, activities, ideas and guidance can be found in the Children tab, click on Class Pages :) ************Zoom meetings are still happening! If you need a password email admin@northcrescent.org or homelearning@northcrescent.org and we will send it to you again :)******You can play TTRS and Sumdog all summer!

Easter activities

Virtual Easter Egg Hunt

      

Draw your own Easter egg and decorate it.

Then send me a picture of your beautiful egg designs and I will display them somewhere on our class 2 pages. Then hunt for your Easter Egg and your friends eggs.

The eggs will be this size and mounted on a red background like this:

I will let you know how many eggs are hidden.

How many eggs can you find?

So far there is our example egg above and an egg from Luzanne - 3 to find.

I will update the total as you send me more eggs.

Come on Class 2 let's see if we can have an egg from everybody in our class to share our Easter Wishes to each other. smiley

 

Easter cards

Use your fingerprints to create bunny and chicks on an Easter card.

What else could you create?

Easter Garden

    

Make your own Easter garden from real plants or you could use a box

and make your own plants from paper. If you want some ideas for this

you can  download instructions from the link below.

Easter Knowledge Hunt

  1. Receiving Easter eggs is always a treat! Find out how and why the tradition of giving eggs on Easter Sunday came about.
  2. How did Easter get its name?
  3. Why do Christians celebrate Easter?

Painted eggs

Brighten up your families Easter by painting some cooked eggs for them.

Try to solve the Easter Word Search

Easter Jokes

Find some Easter jokes or make up some of your own.

Send them to me and I can share with everyone.

 

Here are a couple to start you off:

Q. Why shouldn’t you tell an Easter egg a good joke?
A. It might crack up!

Q. How many chocolate bunnies can you put into an empty Easter basket?
A. Only one because after that, it’s not empty!

 

Now it is your turn.

Easter Chicks

        

Design and make your own Easter chick.

How many different designs can you make?

Easter Cooking

Try to be inventive and create some Easter treats. Here are a few ideas to spark your imagination. Send in pictures of your creations for us all to see.

 

    Chocolate nests      Easter bunny pizza   Iced Easter biscuits  Easter chick biscuits

   

Bunny bread rolls               Egg bunny            Hot cross scones        Hot cross cupcakes

    

     Egg chick               Bunnies in cars         Bunny fruit kebab       Chick meringue

       

Easter Games

  1. Egg and spoon race -  balance an egg on a spoon  then start on the starting line and run/walk to the finish line without dropping your egg.First to the finish line is the winner.
  2. Hot Boiled Egg This game is a variation of Pass the Parcel or Hot Potato. You’ll need a plastic egg taped shut with something in it to pass around.When the music starts, the players pass the “hot boiled egg” around the circle. When the music stops, the person left holding the egg is out. Play continues until only one person is left, and that person is the winner.
  3. Bunny, bunny, rabbit! - Easter version of Duck, duck, goose. Sit in a circle. One person is 'it' and they walk around circle patting each player on the head and saying 'bunny' until they want to say 'rabbit'. Both the 'it' and the 'rabbit' player hop around outside of circle trying to reach the vacant place in the circle. Whoever does not make it to the spot then becomes 'it'. Repeat.
  4. Bunny Tag - Pick one person to be the dog chasing the others,  who are the bunnies. The bunnies hop away from the fast-walking dog.If they are caught, they crouch down and use their arms to make bunny ears atop their head until the game is finished. The last bunny caught becomes the dog during the next round.
  5. Easter scavenger hunt - Hunt for daffodils, hidden eggs, chocolates, letters to spell out E-A-S-T-E-R, or anything yellow….Let the theme be Easter and off you go!
  6. Pin the tail on the bunny  - make a large bunny with a tail and a tail on its own (e.g.cotton wall ball). Each player is blindfolded, turned around and then they have to try to put the tail on the bunny. After everyone has had a go the winner is the person who places the tail the nearest to the bunny tail.
  7. Easter Egg Toss - Make some pretend eggs for this game. Then mark a line on the floor. Players must stand behind this line. Draw another line a short distance away and put the basket near this line. Give each player five eggs. Players take turns to throw their eggs towards the basket. The player who successfully throws the most eggs in the basket is the winner.

     

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