Connect: Can you create a quiz that you can share with others? Perhaps you want to make a quiz about something you have recently learnt about or perhaps about one of your pets? You could then ask your neighbours, your friends or to someone over a Zoom call to answer the questions. How many things can you teach them?
Be active: On a hot day, see how many times you can walk up and down your garden with a cup of water on your head in 5 minutes. At the end, measure how much water you still had left (if any!) in your cup!
Keep learning: Can you remember some of the things that you have been learning in the ‘Keep learning’ section this term? Can you remember what is was that you learnt off by heart? Did you learn some words in a new language that you can remember? Which capital cities did you learn? Going over things you have already learnt helps you to remember them for a long time J
Take notice: Let’s go bird watching! https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/wildlife-guides/birdwatching/
Be creative: Draw a special picture of something you love. It could be a hobby, it could be an animal or it could be members of your family. Perhaps you want to take a photo instead and print it out? When your picture is complete turn it over. On the back, draw wavy lines across the page to make it into 10 sections or 5 sections (the more sections that harder it is!) and cut along the lines. You’ve now made your own jigsaw! Ask someone in your family to try and put the pieces back together to create the image on your picture.