Look at what St Albans children have been up to during coronavirus school shutdown

Edith Davis, 3, did this fantastic hungry caterpillar at home amid the Coronavirus shutdown. Picture

Edith Davis, 3, did this fantastic hungry caterpillar at home amid the Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Mercia Yeldham - Credit: Archant

You have been sending us your photos of homeschooling activities during the coronavirus lockdown.

Jack Woodstock, Year 9, doing some work outside in the garden during Coronavirus lockdown. Supplied

Jack Woodstock, Year 9, doing some work outside in the garden during Coronavirus lockdown. Supplied - Credit: Archant

It looks as if children in the St Albans district have been very busy learning and having fun at the same time.

Edith, aged just 3 years old, produced a fantastic caterpillar based on The Very Hungry Caterpillar story.

Some children seem to be making the most of the sunshine by going in their gardens, if they have them.

It is also great to see some physical education and the Joe Wicks workout sessions are quite popular with parents! Theo and Matilda were really getting into it earlier this week.

Matthew and his sister and friend enjoying their home schooling during Coronavirus pandemic. Picture

Matthew and his sister and friend enjoying their home schooling during Coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant


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Matthew and his sister and friend enjoying their home schooling during Coronavirus pandemic. Picture

Matthew and his sister and friend enjoying their home schooling during Coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

Max Seaton, 8, cheering everyone up amid the school Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied

Max Seaton, 8, cheering everyone up amid the school Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

Teddy and Charlie Fletcher making the most of the Coronavirus school lockdown in St Albans. Picture:

Teddy and Charlie Fletcher making the most of the Coronavirus school lockdown in St Albans. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

Children from St Albans learning how to wash the cash amid Coronavirus school lockdown. Picture: Sup

Children from St Albans learning how to wash the cash amid Coronavirus school lockdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

A St Albans pupil enjoying cheering people up with her rainbow amid Coronavirus pandemic. Picture: S

A St Albans pupil enjoying cheering people up with her rainbow amid Coronavirus pandemic. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

Theo and Matilda concentrating hard at their workout with Joe Wicks as their PE lesson amid Coronavi

Theo and Matilda concentrating hard at their workout with Joe Wicks as their PE lesson amid Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

St Albans homeschooling in a virtual classroom for the Difonzo family amid Coronavirus shutdown. Pic

St Albans homeschooling in a virtual classroom for the Difonzo family amid Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

The Difonzo household enjoying some homeschool amid Coronavirus. Picture; Supplied

The Difonzo household enjoying some homeschool amid Coronavirus. Picture; Supplied - Credit: Archant

Luca, 6, doing his work at home during the Coronavirus school shutdown. Picture: Supplied

Luca, 6, doing his work at home during the Coronavirus school shutdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

Tyrell Seidu, 9, doing his home learning during the Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied

Tyrell Seidu, 9, doing his home learning during the Coronavirus shutdown. Picture: Supplied - Credit: Archant

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