As the title suggests, I’ve been on the hunt for ways to keep us learning and on a bit of a routine with learning while we are meant to be on the Easter holidays. So, here are a pile of resources I’ve found, some will keep both girls happy (B, nearly 3, and H, 5).
FREE Easter activities for Reception/KS1 kids in Covid-19 lockdown
Everyone loves a good scavenger hunt, right? Either taking part or a way to keep the kids busy, learning, exploring while you make lunch, have a cuppa tea, clean, tidy, do work calls…
We made our own scavenger hunts a few weeks ago, but this week we have LOVED Mrs Mactivity’s FREE Easter Scavenger hunts! Perfect for this weird time when we are all home making the best of things.
Download the FREE Mrs Mactivity Easter scavenger hunts here.
We have been gifted a Mrs Mactivity membership so we can share with you what we are enjoying – Mrs Mactivity costs £19/year, and does have some fantastic resources which we love, from banners and times table wheels, games to fun phonic worksheets.
You can get a free booklet to try out Mrs Mactivity without paying first.
Mrs Mactivity also has numerous topics including Easter resources and we’ve used quite a few of them this week… we have made their Pop up Easter cards, normal colour in Easter cards and have also printed their Easter baskets to make tomorrow. There are loads of fun Easter things to do though…
- Pop-up Easter cards
- Easter cards
- Easter maths booklet
- Easter phonics booklet
Activity Village has several FREE activity packs.
The FREE Easter Activity pack looks like it is filled with fun things to do – Easter masks, colouring, puzzles, tracing…
DOWNLOAD: FREE Easter activity pack here.
And FREE Spring activity pack: also has dot-to-dots, learn to draw, colouring, tracing.
Download: FREE Spring activity pack here.
The Easter activity pack (link above), along with other activity packs for school closures are free, but they also have a lot more Easter resources, although you do have to pay £19 for 12 months to access these:
- Learn to draw Easter animals – how to draw an Easter chick, bunny, daffodil…
- Make Easter bunny masks
- Easter baskets
- Easter decorations
- Easter bookmarks
- even, Easter lacing cards to work on those fine motor skills
As always Hobbycraft has lots of free Easter ideas. I particularly love:
Free Easter coloring pages to print, and even some Easter baskets to print.
Easter colouring, from bunnies, to Disney characters and also Easter bunny masks.
First Pallet have lots of Easter Eggs to colour in, in different patterns and sizes to use for crafts and even Easter Egg hunts.
Twinkl have both free and paid for resources however with COVID-19 lockdown and school closures they have allowed access to everyone.
Use the offer code CVDTwinklhelps to access the whole site during Covid-19 lockdown.
Website to sign up for FREE:
Use FREE OFFER code: CVDTWINKLHELPS
Twinkl is an absolutely immense site with everything you could want to find, including Easter themed ‘everything’ school related and other topics such as pirates too.
We love the look of these:
- Easter crafts in the EYFS Easter activity pack
- Key Stage 1 Easter activity pack
- Easter wordsearches
- Easter dot-to-dots
- making Easter chicks
We absolutely love the bunny footprint pictures shared in this Teachwire compilation: Bunny footprint pictures from ssww.com.
Loads of Easter activities, from Easter colouring, drawing, maths, symmetry, to ‘Easter activity packs’.
Hope these help you enjoy week 3 of COVID-19 lockdown if you’re in the UK, and obviously elsewhere in the world too!
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Have a lovely Easter weekend at home folks,
Stay home, stay safe,
NMB COVID-19 RESOURCES and blog posts
- Days & Times of virtual classes during Covid-19 lockdown
- Week 1 covid-19 diary staying home
- Week 2 covid-19 diary staying home