Easter holidays have finally arrived, in the strangest way any of us have ever experienced. We feel that since we closed our doors on March 12th, so much has happened. This will be the same for everyone, but everyone’s experience will be very different. While a lot of people will be looking forward to the well-needed break from ‘home-schooling’, some people might like a few activites to keep them busy over the holidays.
We have compiled just a short list of links and a selection of activities should you need them.
This website is also excellent in terms of reminding your children what ‘superheroes’ they are at this time.
We, at Piercestown N.S. are SO PROUD of you all staying at home and keeping everyone safe! We know, this is not easy to do, and often we are missing our friends and extended family. So your children might enjoy this short video clip, to remind them how SUPER they are.
Here are some ideas to keep people busy if they need it:
Why not try out the 14 day drawing challenge!?
Why not gather some ideas (over 100 to be precise) to do while playing indoors!
If your child is feeling sad, worried, confused – why not try some of the following:
Don’t forget many of the celebrities are still doing their bit to help us all during this crisis:
And the RTE school hub will still be on, even during holidays, Mon – Fri at 11am with it being recorded on the RTE player also if you miss it.
Here is another selection of activity ideas:
Finally, if after ALL of those activities you are still looking for seomthing here are a few links to keep you going:
Here are some free online reading resources:
If you feel like going into outer space, this fantastic website is worth a look:
For those of you with a passion for the arts. This website is tied in with the Primary School Art Curriculum also
For those of you who LOVE experiements why not find some new ideas here:
Finally, if you love numbers and you don’t want your tables to go rusty- see if you can beat your own record here
But most importantly, be safe and be kind and take a break.
This too shall pass!
We miss you all very much and hope to see you all soon.
Ms. Walsh and ALL the staff 🙂