Activities to keep you busy
Try today’s Maths challenge:
Go out into the yard, the garden, or even into the park if you can. See what you can see.
Here are some ideas for parents to plan some other outdoor activities for their children, especially while the weather is so nice.
There are quizzes, word searches and colouring pages at visitLiverpool.com/visitliverpoollater-activities-to-do-at-home. Click on the link for a lovely colouring page of the Palm House in Sefton Park. if you can print it off and colour it, you’re invited to send a photo of your picture in to them when you’ve finished.
The staff at Southport Hospital have told us that some sick people who have no family are getting no cards or messages from anyone. That made us wonder if some of you might like to make cards and send them to the hospital, or draw/write a picture or message and email them in. The staff there will make sure that your message is given to someone who needs it. Email them to: email@example.com or post them to Communications Team, Southport Hospital, Town Lane Kew, Southport, PR6 8PN You’e sure to brighten someone’s day!
BBC Bitesize are providing lessons online everyday.
Click on this link to see what’s there.
Here’s another Scavenger Hunt. How many can you find?
Here’s a great idea from Liverpool Museums. Make you own art gallery or museum at home. Click here to find out more. And let us have your pictures too.
Let’s take time to think about all the people we love and who need our prayers. Use this hand shape and write a prayer for your friends and family.
Could you say the Our Father, the prayer Jesus taught us, then draw a picture which can be sent in to Mission Together, to be shared with children all over the world. Click here to find out more.
Miss Ehlen has posted Oddizzi challenges on the Geography page here.
How about working on your Spanish?
Why not try this 30-day Lego challenge?
Have a go at drawing with Rob Biddulph.