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Level 1 - Easier
Level 2 - Medium
Level 3 - Difficult
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WORD AWARE - VICTORY
Tomorrow, Friday 8th Of May, many people will be having stay at home street parties and decorating themselves and their homes in red, white and blue to represent the Union Jack.
Here are some activities and resources to help you to do the same if you'd like to participate.
At 9am on 8th May, The Queen will address the nation and there will be a live stream on BBC – which is the exact same time that her father, King George VI, spoke to the UK 75 years ago, on the actual VE Day.
Alongside your family, why not use your measuring skills and get active in the kitchen?
Morse code is a communication system that represents the alphabet and numbers with a series of dots, dashes or a combination of both.
Can you write a secret coded message for your family to crack?
The phonetic alphabet that was used in RAF transmissions during the war. Learn to spell your name using the phonetic alphabet e.g.
Ted = Tango Echo Delta
Make, Do and Mend - During WW2, there was a shortage of materials to make clothes. People were urged to "Make, do and mend". Do you have any clothes or accessories that you could ‘upcycle’ into new clothing or something completely different to give it another purpose and a new lease of life?
Design and make a Veteran’s medal using the ideas below.
Create and colour a tea cup design
Try and learn the Horrible Histories VE Day song and perform it to your family.
Create your own motivational song. Listen to some of the following clips for inspiration.