Start a special project
Get creative by starting with something your child is interested in, for example- dinosaurs, princesses, superheroes, animals, technology etc.
- Use Pinterest or google images to search for art and craft ideas… try typing in, ‘dinosaurs art and craft EYFS’ or… ‘dinosaurs art ideas for early years’
- Try out different art techniques all based around your project, you could make a special sketch book with all of your child’s creations bound together.
- Learn more about your special project- Can you make a special fact file video?
- Can you find stories/information texts online about your chosen subject? Try YouTube or some of the reading links on the main page.
- Can you create a dance based around your project? e.g. dinosaur dance
- Can you find exercise that links to your learning? e.g. try typing into YouTube, ‘cosmic kids yoga dinosaurs’ or ‘dinosaur dance’
I can’t wait to see lots of learning with your special projects! Please remember to upload pictures and videos to Evidence Me.
Get cooking with your grown ups! Lots of children have sent in pictures of their cooking and baking. What can you make?
Practise preparing some simple food
- Practise cutting up fruit and make a picture/an arrangement on the plate
- Make a sandwich together- think about all the small steps that it takes….
- Make a healthy soup for lunch, chopping up vegetables, add stock, wiz it up! Easy peasy…
- Practise making a mini pizza using a small wrap/thins/piece of bread rolled out, bake in the oven for a tasty treat…
Try following a simple recipe for cupcakes/cookies as a treat.
Please upload lots of your baking/cooking pictures to Evidence Me!…
Get creative with repeating patterns. Start with one colour or shape that changes and gradually increase the difficulty. You could use paint, crayons, cut out shapes, objects, or nature! We can’t wait to see all of your work, please upload your patterns to Evidence Me.
Practise your cutting skills by making snowflakes or icicles. Make some winter art with polar bears or penguins, use a plastic bottle to stamp snow balls, or create a winter landscape picture. There are hundreds of ideas online, try typing into the search bar on Pinterest for winter arts and crafts for children. We can’t wait to see what you do, please upload pictures onto the Evidence Me app!
(Sorry about this, I didn’t realise the images had been removed)