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Easter Activities

Its the Easter holidays! 

Don't worry though, that doesn't mean that you will have to sit and be bored for the entire time. Have a look below at just a few ideas to keep you busy over the next couple of weeks!

 

Religious Ideas

The following websites have some great religious activities for Holy Week and Easter. 

 

Have a look at what Dan, Izzy, Joseph and Martha have already made. Don't forget to join the 'St Giles Catholic Family' Facebook Page, Mrs Kemball adds some amazing ideas on a daily basis. 

 

 

https://www.catholicicing.com/

https://www.looktohimandberadiant.com/p/celebrating-church-year.html

 

General Ideas

The following are activities for everyone, no matter what your age is!

(Click the image to go to the page)

 

            Keep fit!                                                            Learn to draw!                                             Lego Challenge

                                                    

         

  

Learn First Aid (click to go there)

The above link gives weekly lessons on first aid for children - you need soft toys to help you learn and that is all!

 

Active fun

Most of you have been accessing Joe Wicks' workouts over the last few weeks but there are tons of resources out there to keep you moving! Cosmic Yoga is amazing for some quiet time. BBC's Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse is streaming free daily dance classes for kids whilst another option is to search local gym providers and dance workshops on social media, as many of them have started live online routines geared towards getting your little ones moving. Don't worry - adults can take part too!

 

Film ideas

This into film website (click the image) has huge amounts of resources to keep children busy, mostly relating to popular films from today!

Day trips

Family days out may be out of the question but only in the physically sense. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology it is possible to enjoy a trip to the zoo or museum from the comfort of your sofa.

You can see what the pandas are up to at Edinburgh Zoo (www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams) or go for a virtual walk around the ruins of Urquhart Castle at www.doorsopendays.org.uk

The world is your oyster at artsandculture.google.com, where you can take tours of internationally renowned museums such as the Guggenheim Museum in New York, or enjoy street views of famous landmarks such as the Taj Mahal. You can even explore the surface of Mars at accessmars.withgoogle.com!

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