Who’s most active
in your family?
Here’s some Ideas
Activity Description What you will need to doHopscotch
A simple game that challenges your brainand your fitness!
Mark out a court numbered 1-10 with chalk.
Once drawn, throw a marker onto the court (Adice is good)
Each player tries to retrieve it by hopping and jumping.
Hide and seek
This game allows you to see thesurrounding area in a different way. Wherewill you hide to keep out if site of theseeker?
Mark an area with lots of place to hide
Get a group and have one person as the seeker
The seeker counts to 30 as the others searchfor places to hide.
The first person that is found by a seeker is theseeker for the next game!
Similar to hide and seek, but you will needa bigger area to allow you to run and avoidbeing tagged.
Find an area large enough to run
One person tries to tag the others in the game.
If you are tagged, you are now ‘it’ and will have
to chase to tag another runner.
A great opportunity for your child to buildconfidence by learning a skill and makingfriends. This development is transferable
in to many aspects of your child’s life.
Discuss with your child a sport they wouldenjoy.
Individual clubs: Tennis, Badminton, Swimming,Cycling
Team clubs: Football, Hockey, Netball, Rugby
Often only played in the height of summer,but throwing a Frisbee or a ball can still befun down the park this time of year.
Use a Frisbee, a ball, or both.
Make sure you use a large area away frombreakable objects!