Hogarth at Home a Free Resource for Families Launched

Cross-curricular activities to connect to nature and your creative site

The Mulberry Tree at Hogarth's HouseThe Mulberry Tree at Hogarth's House. Picture: Hogarth's House


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The Learning and Engagement team at Hogarth’s House has launched a new series for families to aid lockdown learning.

Hogarth At Home is a programme of free cross-curricular activities to connect your family to nature, your creative side and your local area. They promise that no printers, exhaustive craft cupboards or teachers are needed.

Each week will have a theme with Get Outside activities shared on Mondays to tie in with your daily walks and Get Creative ideas on Thursdays to provide inspiration. You can participate in challenges, add your work to their virtual gallery and share with them what you think by using the hashtag #HogarthAtHome.

This week's theme is Print like Hogarth! There are activity ideas both for Key Stage 1 (Green) and Key Stage 2 (Red).


Parents can follow Hogarth’s House on Facebook (Hogarth's House), Twitter (@HogarthsHouse) or Instagram (@HogarthsHouseChiswick) for more activity ideas this term.

Hogarth's House is be closed for the moment will be completing work on their National Lottery Heritage Fund funded Hogarth's Mulberry Garden project once lockdown has ended.

November 21, 2019

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