I’ve recently ordered a Toucan Box for a little family member to help keep them busy during this period of lockdown. When exploring their website I found this fab recipe for a ‘Springtime Freakshake’ that looked too good not to share with you!
Image also taken from https://www.toucanbox.com/activities/freakshake
Why not share your favourite recipes with us?
*This post is in no way sponsored or an advert for Toucan Boxes.*
Here are a few things to help you through the first week of the Easter holidays. Most are printable sheets, but where possible we’ve tried to give an alternative version in case you don’t have access to a printer!
Try your hand at making your own! Why not send them to a local Care Home or to elderly neighbors? Download
Here is a list of online resources which might be useful for home learning activities in music. As well as this list there are many things on YouTube which can be used to sing along with or to listen to music.Continue reading “All Things Musical!”
With an increase in the watching of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, day time TV and well any sort of TV, why not use some of the guides created by Into Film?
They’ve (very helpfully) categorized them into age groups too!
Why not go off on a scavenger hunt around the house or garden?
Introducing Harry Potter at Home from J.K. Rowling!
Everyone is trying to keep safe at home at the moment and so, with J.K. Rowling and the teams at Audible, Bloomsbury, OverDrive, Pottermore Publishing and Scholastic, are delighted to introduce Harry Potter At Home to help children, parents, carers and teachers add a touch of Harry Potter magic to our new daily lives.
This is a link to a fabulous virtual choir opportunity from The Frisson Foundation, who run the GLEE Scottish Schools challenge.
This is open for all children from P1- 7 attending Scottish Primary schools. Children need an adult to register them to take part in this nationwide choir challenge. This is purely for fun and to celebrate their love of music, not for competition.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Primary 4 +)
Harry Potter (Primary 6/7 +)
* please note this has been created by an American
The Hunger Games (Primary 6/7 +)
We’ve included a couple themed word searches below:
The website above has lots of different themed word searches. You can use the search function to explore these.
Why not try making your own?