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The Buzz

Welcome to The Buzz!

Here you will find 150+ videos with ideas for activities that you can do at home.

There are already over 100 different activities here with things like art, exercise, cooking and learning.

The videos have been made by really good community enterprises that have worked with Community Catalysts. They are all experienced in running inclusive and accessible, fun sessions!

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Click the headings below to take you to the different activity sections:

Cooking


Sport and Fitness


Dance


Music


Writing


Art


Games


Relaxation


Learning


Drama


Please take care when doing any of the activities and get help with any of the steps if you need it. Here’s a helpful video from Funky Fitness & Fun which covers some good health and safety tips.

Cooking

  • Rice Krispy cakes with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make the cakes, you will need:
  • Baking biscuits with Space Inclusive. Space Inclusive were supported by Community Catalysts in Nottinghamshire. To make the biscuits, you will need:
  • Baking fairy cakes with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham.  You will need:
  • Cooking soup with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. You will need:
  • Cooking Spaghetti Bolognese with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. You will need:
  • Cooking peanut butter biscuits with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make them you will need:
  • Baking a carrot cake with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. You will need:
    • Self-raising flour
    • Sugar (Emma uses coconut sugar for hers)
    • Nutmeg/cinnamon/bicarbonate of soda
    • Sunflower oil
    • 3 x eggs
    • 1 x orange
    • Carrots – for the cake + extra to colour the icing
    • Icing sugar
    • Butter
    • Vanilla
    • Nuts
    • You can watch the video on YouTube here.
  • Cooking apple pies with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. You will need:
  • Cooking blackcurrant crumble with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. You will need:
  • Making banana split with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make yours you will need:
  • Making a healthy chickpea salad with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. You can make your salad with the things you like. Here’s some good options:
  • Cooking ‘melt in your mouth’ biscuits with Funky Fitness and Fun CIC. Funky Fitness and Fun were supported by Community Catalysts in Oldham. (These are not very healthy but a nice treat!) You will need:
  • Making a delicious vegan chocolate cake! With Art Works who were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make it, you will need:
  • Making a simple fruit parfait dessert with Art Works who were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. This is easy to make and doesn’t need to be cooked. You will need:
  • Making vegan ice cream with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make yours, you will need:
  • Cooking banana pancakes with Art Works. Art Works were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make them, you will need:
    • One banana
    • Six tablespoons of ground oats
    • One tablespoon of oil
    • One tablespoon of milk or non-dairy milk
    • A tiny pinch of salt
    • Half a teaspoon of baking powder
    • One teaspoon of sugar (optional)
    • A dash of cinnamon (optional)
    • A few drops of vanilla extract (optional)
    • + any toppings you like
    • Watch the video on YouTube here
  • ‘Fun with Fruit’ – easy and healthy fruit recipes with Social Eyes. Social Eyes were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham. To make yours you will need your favourite fruits and some basic kitchen equipment. Watch the video on Facebook here.
  • Cook an omelette in a bag with Tracey’s Kitchen. Tracey has been supported by Community Catalysts in Rochdale. You can use the fillings that you like. Tracey uses:

Sport and Fitness


Dance

Music


Writing


Art

Games

Relaxation

Learning

Drama


A short Christmas video from Art Works who were supported by the Community Catalysts project in Rotherham.

You can watch it on YouTube here.