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Half term hacks

Activities for fearless fun!

Make the most of this half term

The brain is a muscle; the more you exercise it, the stronger it gets! That’s why we’ve created a range of Easter-themed fun activities to help your child keep their mind active – whatever the weather!

At Explore Learning we believe that progress shouldn’t stop at the end of term and crucially, research shows it shouldn’t either. Download your daily activity below and have some fearless fun!

Download our Easter-themed activities

Easter Anagrams activity

Unscramble our Easter anagrams!


Maths vocabulary can solve the clues.


Arrange shapes to make a character


Design eggs using lines of symmetry.


Use numbers to catch the egg thief !


Get writing with our storyboard activities.


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Born out of the desire to provide the best possible complement to a school education, our maths and English tuition centres are accessible to all young learners, regardless of their means, background or ability.

We are unwavering in our mission to develop a generation of fearless learners; children who will excel in the classroom, be confident in exams and fearless in school and beyond. Find out how we could help your child at a free trial!


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