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Easter ACtivities

Learning in Depth
Farm to Fork

Spring is quite a short term so we haven’t had that much time to complete our LID projects with a link to our ‘Farm to Fork’ topic. Over the next 2 weeks, we would like you to complete at least 1 piece of work to add to the Farm to Fork’ section of your LID folder. Below are some ideas, but you might have an idea of your own, and of course what you do depends on your LID area.
Try to choose an idea that you haven’t explored yet. Then, why not email it to us if it is a computer-based piece or take a photo of what you do and email it to us or attach it to our Google Classroom stream? We’re looking forward to seeing what you create!
 Write a script for a play / news report;
 Learn a poem;
 Design a quiz;
 Design the front cover for a book;
 Build a lego sculpture;
 Make a collage;
 Design an exhibition;
 Make a paper-mache sculpture;
 Write and draw a comic book;
 Design and carry out a survey;
 Make a film;
 Explore songs;
 Build a junk model;
 Write a newspaper report;
 Interview a family member;
 Design a poster for a film;
 Use powerpoint / google slides to present research.​​​​​​​

Some other things to keep you occupied!

  • PE with Joe Wicks on YouTube

Weekdays at 9am but you can visit any time on YouTube to view the workout.

  • Wildlife with Steve Backshall on Facebook

Every day at 9:30 for answering all your wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration questions.

  • Maths with Carol Vorderman

Free access to her maths website

  • Storytime with David Walliams

A free story every day at 11am on his website

  • Science with CBeebies Maddie Moate on YouTube

Week days at 11am.  Maddie and Greg chat about science and nature.

  • Dance with Oti Mabuse on Facebook/YouTube

Every day at 11:30am but children can view the class at any time.

  • French or Spanish lessons

Rosetta Stone are offering free access to their language courses for 3 months.

  • Sir Linkalot spelling class

Free access to the app until June.

  • Free Fender music lesson

Guitar maker Fender has made its online courses free for 3 months.  Choose between acoustic, electric, bass or ukulele in a variety of different styles from country and pop to rock and blues.

  • Music with Myleene Klass on YouTube

Twice a week but can view at any time.

  • Illustrating workshops with Mo Willems

Every week day on YouTube but can be accessed at any time.

  • Headspace or calm meditation session

Free access to this app.

  • Free audible storytime

Audible has released a collection of hundreds of children’s stories.

  • Take a virtual museum tour

  • Take a virtual trip to Chester Zoo

Every day on their Facebook page.

  • Free classic box sets on the BBC iPlayer

Lots of new box sets, including Doctor Who, Planet Earth, Seven Worlds One Planet, His Dark Materials, and Merlin.


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