10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Happy New Year, 2021…
There are many ways to celebrate the New Year, at Edx Education we love to celebrate New Year’s Eve with fun family activities for everyone to do together.
Let’s get started with New Year’s Eve activities from upcycling our boxes, searching words and colouring in. These activities are great for all ages to play, learn and be creative.
Activity 16 – Upcycle your boxes – Make your own Castle or Rocket
We all love to make things and with so many cardboard boxes and wrapping paper around the holiday season, let’s upcycle our boxes and wrapping paper. Use your imagination to make a rocket.
– Boxes of all sizes and packaging
– Wrapping paper
– Colouring pen and pencils
Think of a design with your family and friends. Shall we make a robot, dinosaur or doll’s house? Then get your tape, glue your boxes together and off we go!
Activity 17 – Activity sheet – Find Edx Education New Year’s Eve
What will you include in the New Year Celebrations, find the Edx Education words for our New Year
Activity 18 – Activity sheet – Colour the Fireworks
Have you see the fireworks, were they colourful like a rainbow or more like a big explosion lets colour our own fireworks
Activity 19 – Activity sheet – Make Happy New Year Sign
Time to design your own sign on the 2021 Happy New Year Sign…
There will be more activities ready to celebrate the New Year’s cheer.
For more family play ideas head over to Edx Education play and learning activities, articles, videos, games, podcast and advice on https://edxeducation.com/teacher-parent/play-blog/ to maximize time spent together as a family.
A new – and growing – collection of digital materials are available online to support new ranges read the ‘Play blog’ on the website, listen to the podcast, see the games and videos and make use of the free downloadable resources for home learning in the teachers/parents section.
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Let’s play and learn together to create lifelong learners.
Posted by Heather Welch, Edx Education