EWS Home School Projects!

20 April 2020

We know that lots of kids are being home schooled right now, and if you're looking for ways to keep your little shredders entertained indoors, we might just have the solution. Over the next few weeks we'll be releasing a series of projects for kids to keep them entertained while they're at home.

Check out some of the submissions from Week 1 & 2 right here!


Week 3

For our third project, we're asking kids to unleash their creativity once more and design a new EWS race worthy bike. It can be detailed and engineer driven, or simply just an awesome paint job that will stand out in the pits and between the race tape. The bike can be designed with a specific rider in mind or let your litte ripper design their own dream bike. We'll feature all the submissions on the EWS Facebook page - so if you're a parent looking for some home schooling inspiration, then look no further! 

Here's how to take part;

  • Print off the template PDF below

  • Get creative - design that dream bike!

  • Take a photo of the finished design and email it as a jpeg to [email protected] and we'll feature it on our social media including this rad Facebook album!

And if you want to upload it to your own Facebook or Instagram accounts be sure to tag the post with #EWSkids so we can see it and feature it on our website and social media


Week 2  

The second EWS Kids home school project is all about geography. With eight races in the 2020 series across nine countries and three continents, it's a great way for your mini shredders to learn some geography. One race even spans two countries, so you can let your kid choose which country they'd like to learn about for that round. (Please note the dates and round number of some of the races has changed due to Covid-19, but this won't affect the project).

The aim of this project is to mark all eight rounds of the 2020 series on the world map we've provided below. Ask your kids to write the name of the venue and the country, and then draw the national flag for each. And what better way to learn about the venues than by asking your little ripper to watch the video below?! Riding videos as homework? Yes please! Trophy of Nations isn't included in this week's project because we have a very special competition around that race coming in a couple of week's time...

So if you want to take part, here's what you need to do;

  • Watch the video above to find out all the 2020 race venues (Trophy of Nations doesn't feature in this week's project as we planning a special Trophy of Nations project in two weeks time)

  • Print off the template PDF below

  • Get learning - fill in the venue names, country and national flag

  • Take a photo of the finished design and email it to [email protected] and we'll feature it on our social media 

  • And if you want to upload it to your own Facebook or Instagram accounts be sure to tag the post with #EWSkids so we can see it and feature it on our website and social media


Week 1 

For the first project we're asking under 16s to get creative and design a new team kit for their favourite EWS riders. 

There are no rules - the kits can be as simple or as detailed as you like - just choose a rider from one of the teams listed below and get desiging. And if you need some inspiration, head over to our team pages to see their current get-ups and team roster. We'll display a selection of the finished designs on our social media - and look our for some feedback as the riders get involved to choose their favourite designs and give some shout outs to a few of the lucky artists...

 So if you fancy letting your little people loose on the project, here’s what you need to do;

  • Print off the template PDF below

  • Get creative!

  • Take a photo of the finished design and email it to [email protected] and we'll feature it on our website and social media 

  • And if you want to upload it to your own Facebook or Instagram accounts be sure to tag the post with #EWSkids so we can see it and feature it on our website and social media

 

And don’t forget to check back next week when we’ll reveal a brand new project!