Can you complete all your PURPLE passport activities to be a PURPLE hero?

Don’t forget to mark these off in your reading diaries once completed.

Reception
  • Visit a farm
  • Paint a self portrait
  • Plant some bulbs and watch them grow
  • Go on an autumn walk
  • Make leaf rubbings
  • Make a sandwich
  • Taste a new fruit
  • Visit a place of worship
  • Fly a kite
  • Make a paper boat and see if it floats
  • Perform a song
  • Re-tell a story to an audience
  • Post a letter
  • Meet a friend’s pet
  • Search for butterflies outdoors
  • Take a photograph
  • Make a treasure map
  • Dress up like a pirate
  • Look up where you live on a map
  • Have a teddy bears picnic
Year 1
  • Record different sounds and ask others to guess what they are
  • Make some biscuits
  • Make and taste chapattis
  • Make a puppet
  • Put on a shadow puppet show
  • Borrow a book from a library
  • Discover what is in a pond
  • Create a piece of art for an exhibition
  • Look up at the stars on a clear night
  • Perform a dance
  • Go on a hunt for some insects or small creatures
  • Make a home for an insect or small creature
  • Create a class collage
  • Create a comic strip
  • Take part in play day
  • Roll down a hill
  • Make a daisy chain
  • Join an extra-curricular club
  • Build a den
  • Perform in front of your class
Year 2
  • Plan a party
  • Play a board game
  • Learn a poem off by heart
  • Take a trip to the seaside or walk alongside a river
  • Bake a cake
  • Buy something and check your change
  • Write a weather report for your class
  • Build a bridge and test its strength
  • Become a nature detective
  • Dress up as a superhero
  • Make a film
  • Start a vegetable patch
  • Pick blackberries
  • Get soaking wet in the rain
  • Go bird watching
  • Learn a French song
  • Walk barefoot on the sand or on a nature trail
  • Start a collection and share it with your class
  • Walk to a local landmark
  • Make a mask
Year 3
  • Compose a piece of music
  • Take part in a Roman banquet
  • Eat something you’ve not tried before
  • Create a mosaic
  • Design and make a board game
  • Climb a tree
  • Create a soundtrack for a piece of film
  • Make a pinhole camera
  • Make a musical instrument
  • Light a candle
  • Learn a new game
  • Make something out of wood
  • Cook outdoors
  • Learn to play a game of cards
  • Tell your class about your favourite character from a book
  • Produce rubbings of fossils
  • Try yoga
  • Eat something you have grown
  • Visit an art gallery
  • Stay away from home for a night
Year 4
  • Make chocolate
  • Create a display for show and tell
  • Write and perform a poem
  • Perform in a play
  • Watch a play or a dance production
  • Use a camera to document a performance
  • Choreograph a dance
  • Make a sculpture
  • Create a sculpture trail
  • Explore inside a cave
  • Walk through a forest
  • Learn about a new religion and visit a new place of worship
  • Make up your own game and teach it to someone
  • Visit a museum
  • Skim stones
  • Learn to sew on a button
  • Go hiking
  • Take part in a treasure hunt
Year 5
  • Take part in a debate
  • Learn something new about your local area
  • Learn to moon walk
  • Make and launch an air powered rocket
  • Use an OS map
  • Go orienteering
  • Do a blind folded taste test
  • Write a story for the Reception class
  • Make a large scale model
  • Visit a science laboratory
  • Write a play
  • Experience a Victorian school room
  • Put on a performance
  • Make papier mache planets
  • Climb something that is taller than you
  • Walk to the top of a hill
  • Write in hieroglyphics
  • Pick litter in your local area
  • Plan and cook a meal
  • Design and make an electric model
Year 6
  • Keep a diary for a week
  • Take a trip on a train
  • Send an email
  • Learn to knit
  • Write a speech
  • Vote in a school election
  • Plan a tour around your local area
  • Interview someone
  • Visit a local charity and find out how you can support them
  • Learn how to access the news
  • Design a product or business idea and pitch it to ‘investors’
  • Choose objects to put in a time capsule
  • Write and record/broadcast a radio play
  • Sleep under canvas
  • Make a dessert
  • Organise tea for parents and carers
  • See the sun set
  • See the sun rise
  • Go on a picnic
  • Visit a new city