Hello everybody and happy Easter!
We know that this isn’t how we had planned to enjoy the long weekend starting tomorrow but we bet you also never thought you’d had the opportunity to spend so much time with your loved ones. Today, we’re going to help you celebrate Easter in a rather special way, scroll down!
Firstly, Easter is still happening and the Easter rabbit is on its way so we should welcome it appropriately! Have you thought of making a poster for the window so the rabbit knows you’re at home this year? Creating games, worksheets or activities for children to enjoy these special days will help them have somewhat of a routine. The Bristish Council website (here) includes all types of activities for children to have fun playing while learning new vocabulary in an Easter-like atmosphere. 🙂 We encourage you to check it out and choose an activity for each day of these holidays! 😉
On this same website, there is a special part with support for parents at this difficult time. By clicking here, you’ll find ideas and suggestions about how to plan your kid’s day, how to review school work and activities and much more. It has been specifically created to help parents through this worldwide health emergency situation so don’t hesitate to take a look for ideas and inspiration!
For more worksheets, games and interactive activities for children, check this link. You’ll see that the website is organised by type of activity and level, which makes it intuitive and easy to use. Also, there are fun listening activities so that the little ones keep practising their understanding of the language.
Last but not least, The Red Lobster has also done Easter specials in the past! If you’re in the mood for some arts and crafts, this little Easter basket activity will make your day!
We’re one day closer to going back to normal, and we can’t wait! But in the meantime, #stayhome #staysafe !
Happy Easter eveybody!