There are some excellent ideas here for crafty things to do at home. What are you going to try first? They can help you out of boredom in the summer holidays too! We love den making in our house!
Due to Coronavirus, this year's summer Olympics has been postponed. During the 1912 Olympics, Kenneth McCarthur set a new Olympic record for running a marathon in 2 hours, 36 minutes and 54 seconds.
Design a new Gold, Silver and Bronze medal for the next Olympics which will be held next year in Tokyo. Remember there needs to be reference of the date and location on the medal.
On this day in 1985, there was a concert both in Wembley, London and in Philadelphia, USA in order to raise money for African Famine Relief. It was a huge success and people still talk about it now; the most famous singers and groups performed and collaborated on a well known Christmas song. If you could organise a concert, what charity would you raise funds for and which singers/groups etc would you invite to perform?
We love playing boggle as a spelling activity or a warm up to English. Here is an online version. Have fun x
Have you done one of these yet? Jason Manford is a famous comedian and throughout lockdown he has been streaming quizzes for kids. This is one that he did a while back but keep a look out for when he does them live. Ask your parents to follow him on social media as he announces the dates/times then.
Watch this great video that gives ideas about how to use nature in your art work. Why not give one of them a try? You are a creative bunch and I'd love to see what you come up with.
I loved making these when I was younger...the hardest part is getting the paper exactly square first! Have a go...
Class 12 - Mrs Bradley
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