Teaching special events and topics for February 2019

At Busy Things for Schools, we’ve got a fantastic selection of teaching events and topics for February 2020. From primary games for Valentine's Day to Safer Internet Day resources, we’ve got everything you need to create fun, seasonal lesson plans that tie in to special events happening throughout the month. We’ve even got some lip-smacking Pancake Day activities that will help your pupils learn about Shrove Tuesday! Take a look at the events below to learn more.


Try out all these resources in your classroom and lots more...


National Storytelling Week

Jan 26th - Feb 2nd 2020

Get your children involved in National Story Telling week with our great classroom resources.


Chinese New Year

Jan 25th - Feb 8th 2020

Celebrate this colourful Chinese spring festival with our wide range of creative activities and resources.


Safer Internet day

11th Feb 2020

Download our Internet safety resource pack to help teach your children how to stay safe online.


Valentines day

14th Feb 2020

Make your own valentines day card using our ready-made template, writing and paint tools.


Pancake Day

25th Feb 2020

Mark the start of Lent by asking your children to design a pancake of their choice!


Fairtrade Fortnight

24th Feb - 8th Mar 2020

Use our labelling activities to learn where in the world our fruit, tea, coffee and cocoa beans come from.


Winter activities

December 2019 - March 2020

Ask your children to create snow flake pictures, write a weather report or describe what Winter means to them using or Winter Season resources.


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