Friday, 22 May is Family Fun Day Friday - a day for self-care and wellness. It is a special day at William Ruthven PS. It is a day for families to take some time out for themselves and to strengthen family connectedness.
On this day students will be provided with a host of fun activities, games and challenges thay can do as a family.
Code camp: Free e-learning While this is usually a paid program, the introductory lessons are being given away to students for *free* to support schools and families while the children are at home. The online program allows students to be digital storytellers, problem solvers, and coders during the school holidays (and throughout any school closure periods thereafter). Visit: https://codecampworld.com
Footsteps onlineRemote teaching and learning dance lessons are available via YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOyNVBmp5fvU6KbRFzp043A
Arts AliveARTS:LIVE contains a range of fun, creative ‘at home’ activities for children of all ages to enjoy. There are craft, art, media, dance and music projects for children and adults to do together or individually. Get exploring and register for free to access everything your child will need to take their creativity to the next level at home. To register, visit: https://www.artslive.com/at-home.
RACV's Screen-free activitiesWith the cinemas and playgrounds closed, Royal Auto suggests a range of screen-free activities to keep children busy and entertained while they are self-iscolating (stuck at home). Visit: https://www.racv.com.au/royalauto/living/at-home/coronavirus-top-things-to-do-kids-home.html
Family maths games and challenges:
Family cooking: Making pizza
Family reading and drama task
Family drawing dictation task