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Week Beginning 13th July


  • Enjoy some summer-themed maths using the resources below


 Summer Crafts

  • Have fun working out what is through the binoculars in the ‘Seaside What Am I Looking at?’ game.
  • Make your own version of the ‘Seaside What am I Looking at?’ game. Have a go at drawing some seaside scenes. Then, using a sheet of paper with a small hole cut into it (like binoculars or a spy hole) lay it over the top. Challenge your family to guess what the drawing underneath is!
  • Can't visit the seaside this year? Why not make your own beach in a bottle?
  • KS2 - Enjoy any of the summer art ideas to keep you busy over the school holidays!

Design and Technology

All about ice cream!

  • Have a look at the fact sheet about ice cream. Could you make your own fact file about ice cream? Perhaps find out about its history. Does it really take 50 licks to finish off a single scoop? Why not test it!
  • Use the sheet below to design your own ice cream or ice lollies.
  • Have a go at making ice cream without a freezer! Follow the instructions for ice cream in a bag but make sure you are careful to keep your hands covered – it gets very cold!


Postcards & Vacation Views

  • Imagine you have been on holiday to your favourite place. Use the holiday postcard template to write a message to a friend describing some of the lovely things you have seen and done.
  • Read through the Message in a Bottle PowerPoint – can you help Sophie write back to Tom? What would your message in a bottle say?
  • Use the summer sunglasses template to draw a scene of something you have done this summer so far or something you would like to do. 
  • Enjoy a spot of mindfulness with the summer-themed colouring sheets.


The Seaside Past and Present

  • What was it like at the seaside 100 years ago?  Watch the  ppt  presentation  and 'Victorians on Holiday' video    to find out.

  • Compare seasides then and now using the interactive .

  • Play  the Seasides   1900s 1950s or Now? Lotto Game.

  • KS2 -  Look at the posters used in the Victorian era to persuade people to take the train to the seaside.  Design your own Victorian style poster for a seaside town of your choice.  How will you tempt people to  spend their money  on a train ticket to the seaside?