- Have a tricky word Easter hunt! Get your child to write tricky words on paper shaped like eggs and hide them around your house and garden! Can they find them all and read them ! Possibly use them in a sentence? Words to use:
come what two little when have their all
there ask where some they your here was
These songs can be found to help learn them too – you can find them for other phases 3,4 and 5. They are all really useful.
2. Project – Draw or paint a rainbow to put up in your window IF you’d like to say a big thank you to our key workers and spread some cheer.
If you need some help you might want to look at this video – but please feel free to be as creative as you want to.
3. Our final Easter Maths challenge for the whole family.
This could be good fun if you used Mini eggs – 3 different colour and use 3 different containers.
Age 5 to 7
There are three baskets, a brown one, a red one and a pink one, holding a total of ten eggs.The Brown basket has one more egg in it than the Red basket.
The Red basket has three fewer eggs than the Pink basket.
How many eggs are in each basket?
We will give you the answer when we come back with your daily challenges after the Easter holiday. Have fun and don’t eat all the eggs until you have solved the problem.
Miss Reese and Miss Hullin want to wish you a safe and happy Easter.
You have all worked so hard trying to complete our challenges that we think you all deserve a break over the next 2 weeks – your normal Easter break! (Yes – you too grown-ups!)
Look out for more posts in 2 weeks!