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For the Easter holidays your child will have more time to do what they like to do - playing sports, meeting family and friends, listening to music, playing computer games, spending time with their pet and so on.
Play this Primary Games word search online. They are both quite difficult. Keep an eye out for backwards and upside down words. Word searches are great practice for reading and writing skills.
Most kids love colouring pictures. Here are some printable Easter pictures from Crayola that should appeal to your 10 to 12 year old. If you don't have a computer you can join your local library and get time on a computer free. The librarian will help you if you need.
Your child might like to decorate Easter eggs using lots of bits and pieces that can be found around the house. Check out 20 fantastic design ideas here.
And get out and about as a family, discover new places and have a few adventures together.
Playing is one of the most effective ways children learn. It builds your child’s concentration and thinking skills as well as building their skills in using numbers, seeing patterns and being able to group things together. Playing games with others helps their social skills and gives them a chance to practice things they have heard and seen.
Playing games that involve words are great for increasing your child’s vocabulary. Games that involve dices and numbers help with maths and logical reasoning.
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