How high, how far, how fast can you jump?
Design your own grid for an extra challenge
and start to groove
Try 5 of each of these different jumps - wall jumps, tuck jumps, star jump, bell jump. Now try 10, 15…
Skip here, there and everywhere!
Football, rugby you choose
Pass a ball or frisbee & each drop gets a letter
by doing short bursts of running on the spot
and beat your time - get someone to time how fast you go
Hop on one leg with arms folded, try to bump your partner off balance!
with someone in the great outdoors
Pass to a friend or the wall
Wheelie great fun!
Run like the wind!
Keep the ball off the ground using your feet and head. How many can you do?
Can you hit it 10 times? Take a step back and try again. How far back can you go?
Pick a point and dribble a ball there and back. Try with R hand, L hand, 1 hand behind your back, 1 hand on your head
Try to tag their knees without your own knees being tagged by moving or blocking with your hands
then jump up and pedal on the spot. Try pedal power while sitting in a chair.
against the wall or challenge a friend. Can you hit the ball 10 times?
or use a broom handle. Practice your passing and dribbling. Challenge your whanau to a game.
out of your socks or a plastic bag. See how far you can throw it. Compete against your friends or whanau.
while someone does star jumps. Swap when the runner finishes. How many laps can you each do?
Attach pegs to your clothing. Stand facing your buddy. Try to get the pegs off each other as fast as you can.
Try including a tumble, leap, balance, shuffle, cartwheel.
and hold hands. Push one arm forward and pull the other back. Try fast for 20 and slow for 20. How many sets can you do?
and clap before you catch it. How many times can you clap?
set up some tin cans and roll a ball at them to knock them over.
Mark your distance with a shoe. Now keep trying to leap further. Move the shoe out as you get further
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