Activity One: Keepy Uppy Challenge- How many can you do in 60 seconds?
If you do not have a ball try it with a pair of socks, an orange, or a toy.
Activity Two: Obstacle Course Time!
You will need to create your own obstacle course: You can use the poster for inspiration.
Be as creative as you can, combine different elements (crawling underneath something, jumping over an object, changing direction etc.)
The only rule for this activity is to have fun!
Well done team Hale for another successful day! They have been taking on challenges together and enjoyed creating their obstacle course in the garden. You have been very creative and Charlie and his sister did so well completing this!
Well done team Walters for another successful day in our virtual sports week! Dad even gave it a try too so earns an extra point for the team! We love the beautiful back drops to your photos.
Well done Harry for completing todays activities! I love your obstacle course incorporating football into your sequence!
Well done Ella and Daniel for creating such an awesome obstacle course and Daniel for doing 4o keepy uppies in 60 seconds!
Swellwood children in 3B bubble joined in with the keepy uppy challenge. Well done Katie, Jed, Darcey and Danny
Lilly-Mai did an obstacle course in the house. It consisted of 5 star jumps, crawling under the table, balancing on the bench, weaving in and out of pillows, running up and down the stairs and sprinting through the house at the end.
She also managed 11 keepy ups in the 60 seconds. Awesome job Lilly-Mai!
Well done Matthew for creating an awesome obstacle course! I am so pleased you enjoyed todays activity and your dinosaurs were there to cheer you on .
Well done Fred and Euan for getting involved with todays activities! Keep up the great work.