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Housebuilder launches children’s activity pack

Housebuilder Hill has launched a fun-filled activity pack for school children to help keep them occupied over the holidays.

The packs have been designed for Key Stage 1 children and aim to offer parents and teachers some creative ideas to keep youngsters.

Children have only returned to their classrooms in March and already they are about to be back at home as the Easter Holidays approach, giving more challenges to parents to keep them fully occupied.

Mums and Dads have enjoyed a very short respite from childcare and will be looking for ways to keep their offspring busy and away from TV and gaming station screens over these two weeks, making Hill‘s activity pack an ideal way of entertaining them.

‘Many of us are parents at Hill Group and we are keenly aware of the challenges the pandemic has caused to working parents needing support in keeping their children occupied,’ said group sales and marketing director, Rebecca Littler.

‘We have put this pack together to help parents find things for their children to do that takes them away from screens and allow them to use their imaginations to create, colour and design. We are keen to give something back to all those hardworking parents and we hope that this activity pack will be a useful tool over the holidays and the coming weekends.’

The pack has been designed to offer something for everyone and includes a competition to design, draw or model a dream home.

Children have been encouraged to use their imagination and could use Play Dough, Lego, colouring pens or even household items to create a home– letting their ingenuity go mad. Children will be encouraged to submit their creations via a photo to win vouchers.

Always keen to share their passion for construction and homes, the activity pack is teeming with colouring sheets, dot to dots, spot the difference and games, each one with a link to construction, designed to make the children more aware of their homes and surroundings.

Hill has included fun and educational elements to the pack, always keen to broaden the knowledge of youngsters, knowing all too well that the children of today will be designing the homes of the future.

To download a copy of the activity pack just visit   https://www.hill.co.uk/spring-activity-pack/

Photo Credit – Pixabay

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