4 Easy Easter Wellbeing Activities for your Classroom

teacher easter wellbeing resource- PSHE

Create and have an egg-cellent last week of term with these Easter Wellbeing Activities for your classroom.

Enjoy and have fun out there!

Share this Post

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Table of Contents

Diary Entry from the Easter Bunny

easter wellbeing activities

The Easter Bunny is a busy character, hiding little treats for everyone to find can be exhausting.

Get your class to write diary entries as if they were the Easter Bunny. This can be a fun way to get them thinking about someone else and what they have to go through in life and getting those feelings down on paper!

You can use the Diary Entry Worksheet down below…

teacher easter wellbeing resource- PSHE

Easter Card Making

Making and Crafting  is a joy in it’s self but what we want to focus on here is the act of giving. 

As social creatures we yearn for interaction and communication.

As part of this activity have your students make cards for a friend or family member is a great activity to bring out their creativity as well as their generosity.

We have linked to a video for some inspiration! 

Easter Around the World

It’s important that we learn about other cultures around the world.

Easter is the monumental belief of rebirth and the gift of eternal life.

Delving into how this Christian Holiday is celebrated around the world can help children understand the world in which they live in.

 In Groups get your students to research and present how Easter is celebrated around the world. 

  • Start of with selecting a Country for your students in groups to research.
  • Use the worksheets in the PDF as a starting point for students.
  • Have each group present their findings to the class.
easter wellbeing activity- PSHE

Easter Calm Colouring

easter wellbeing activity

Another great Easter Wellbeing Activity is Colouring and concentrating can be seen as calming –

Believe it or not it has the ability to relax the fear centre of your brain. It induces the same state as meditating by reducing the thoughts of a restless mind. This generates mindfulness and quietness, which allows the mind to get some rest. 

We hope you have enjoyed reading our blog and found our Easter Wellbeing Activities helpful!

Share this Post

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Do you have any Easy Easter Wellbeing Activities to share let us know in the comments down below… 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Read More of Our Blogs