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Easter Activity Ideas

We hope all of our families will be able to enjoy their Easter holidays.  Our teachers will not be setting any formal work for the weeks that should be our Easter holidays. 

As always we would like to encourage our children to read regularly. 

We are living in unprecedented times and as such we thought we would gather together some ideas of activities that our families could do over the coming fortnight.  They are entirely optional but full of fun for everyone!

As always - please supervise your children whilst they are on these sites.  Richard Wakefield does not accept responsibility for the adverts or links that may be within these sites.

Website Link What you could do
Activity Village


Print off lots of fun activty pages or have a go at their craft ideas.  Lots of fun for all - especially the younger ones.

RE Start website 


This site is filled with wonderful Easter activities and stories to teach us about Easter for Christians

Create an Easter garden; Easter drag and drop games; Find out about Easter eggs; Pairs and match it games.


Help your child learn about the Christian festival of Easter

Click here for lots of KS1 activities

Click here for lots of KS2 activities


Out of the Ark

Scroll a little way down the page to find some fun craft activities to do at home.

Sing along with spring chicken here

Family Easter Egg hunt

Print off this pack to create your own Easter Egg Hunt.

Explore the site for other Easter related activities.

Cosmic kids yoga

Need a change from Joe Wicks?  

Try Cosmic Yoga 

This link takes you to their Easter story.

Science experiments in the back garden

Easy science experiments for your backyard - preschool, elementary, middle school and high school ideas and projects for kids!

Lots of ideas for fun science experiments that you can do in the safety of your back garden.
How strong are eggs?

demonstrating the strength of eggs

Follow the instructions to find out how strong eggs can be!

As always, this site is full of activities for to keep little hands and minds busy:

Click here for Rec

Click here for Key stage 1

Click here for Key stage 2