Dinnington Community Primary School


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25 Things To Do


How many of these activities can you complete?


Useful Links:


Joe Wicks PE:

Every day Joe Wicks is putting on a PE lesson for children from 9am for half an hour.


Cosmic Yoga: Our children love Cosmic Yoga! This is a great activity to get our bodies moving as well as practicing mindfulness.


Twinkl: A video showing how to get free access to 'Twinkl' - an educational resources website


National Trust: 50 things to see and do before you turn 11 3/4


Edinburgh Zoo: Why not watch the live webcams and find out what the animals are getting up to at Edinburgh Zoo? You could have a go at drawing your favourite animal or even create a fact file!


British Museum: Take a virtual tour of the British Museum with your grown-up and see what amazing things you could find out.


Tower Bridge Webcam: We have been learning all about Tower Bridge at school, so why not watch the live webcam feed? (this can be a little bit temperamental so check back if it isn't working) 


Science - Grow a Rainbow!


I know that lots of you have been busy making rainbows to go in your windows so when I saw this science activity I thought it was perfect! Will your rainbow grow all the way to the top? 





Let's get crafty today Key Stage One. I love the story of Elmer the Elephant, so when I saw these elephants I knew we had to make them!  If you'd like to read the story, I have linked it here:


You will need: 

  • scissors (and a grown up to help you)
  • plastic milk bottle
  • pen
  • glue
  • paint
  • paper





Click here for full instructions:


Plan a route for Paddington


Paddington is at Tower Bridge and he needs to meet Mr and Mrs Brown at London Zoo.  Can you use the map to show Paddington where he needs to go? 


Write a list of the London Landmarks Paddington will pass on his journey.


If you are feeling helpful you could write a full list of directions for Paddington.

London Map


Drawing London Landmarks


Have a think about what Paddington might see when he drives home to the Browns.

Can you draw one of those famous London Building?

Look carefully at a photograph of the real thing.

What shapes can you see? How big is each shape? Are the line straight or wavy?


These video's might help you


I have attached some pictures of different London landmarks below to help you. 

London Landmarks