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Flower Easter craft

COAM Craft Ideas for the Easter Holidays

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For our second to last installment in this series of family learning resources, we’re providing you with some fun Springtime inspired craft ideas to try during the Easter Holidays. Download the resource below to find out more about the crafts and how to make them. Download COAM Craft Ideas for the Easter Holidays Part 1

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Lesser-known Easter Traditions

From orange chasing to football matches, with the Easter period approaching we investigate some of our lesser-known traditions. Whilst the stories of hot cross buns, Easter eggs, and Simnel cake are well known, there is a huge array of more unlikely customs that a look into our history reveals. We cannot delve into our Easter

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Iron Age Meal

Learning Resource: Meals inspired by our Buildings

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Here at COAM we have buildings from all different time periods. From our reconstructed Iron Age Roundhouse to our 1940s Prefab. Each building represents how people lived their everyday lives in that period and all of our buildings that housed people have some form of a kitchen or place to cook food. This week, we

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Learning Resource: Signs of Spring

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Spring is definitely arriving on our site and around our local areas and there are plenty of ways to spot this! As the weather improves and we slowly ease out of lockdown, spending some time outside is great for your mental and physical health but remember to stay safe and follow the Government guidelines. Follow

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