Listed below are the same activities as already listed on the Seesaw app.
There are three sessions on the Home Challenge page for you to try today. Each challenge gives you a list of all the equipment you need. All items can be found around the house. The activities are short, should be a lot of fun and are suitable for all ages. Watch the video for each activity here: https://www.sportirelandcampus.ie/news/home-challenge Make sure to share all the fun you have with photos or videos on SeeSaw. Bonus activity: For anyone who is interested in dance, check out this link to a fun, follow along dance class. There are two kids dance challenges to enjoy! http://www.rosactive.org/events/kids-dance-challenge/ Hope you have enjoyed our Sports Week and that you have been active every day! Have a great weekend and join us on Monday for Arts and Crafts activities!
From today we will be posting daily challenges for the children to complete.
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual exercise that comes from ancient India. It helps to improve health and happiness. Yoga is relaxing and fun. There are so many health benefits to Yoga. Here are a few… 1. Improves your flexibility 🤸♀️ 2. Builds muscle strength 🏋️♀️ 3. Perfects your posture 🧘♂️ 4. Ups your heart rate ❤️ 5. Helps you focus 🙋 6. Improves your balance 🏄♂️ 7. Helps you sleep 😴 8. Gives you peace of mind 🥰 9. Increases your self esteem 🤩 10. Makes you HAPPIER! 😁 Try to complete as many of the Yoga poses in the attached pdf. Challenge your brothers, sisters, parents, friends too. Who has the best balance? Who is the most flexible? (You could try it with some relaxing music and your favourite incense if you have some!) Get moving and get posing! 🧘♂️ Namaste 🙏🏼
Games (Tuesday June 2nd)
Hi everyone. We have included some games for your activity today. These games are some you may already play. While others may be more familiar to your parents. But, hopefully everyone can get involved and enjoy them together! To access the instructions just click into the pictures attached. Feel free to share some pictures or videos of yourself enjoying these games. For the clapping games, I will include the link below.
MOTHER, MAY I
One person is ‘on’ and all the rest line up.One
person in the group asks the person in the front,
“Mother, may I take steps forward?” The person
at the front then says, “Yes, you may.” or “No,
you may not.” You can vary your requests by
including options such as taking baby steps,
spinning steps, leaps or whatever strikes your
fancy. Again, the first person to tag the person in
the front wins and is the next person in the
front. Number of Players: A small group.
This game can be played anywhere, even in a
car or other small space. One person is Simon
and starts by saying, “Simon says, ‘[insert action
here]’. ” Everyone must then do the action.
However, if Simon makes an action request
without saying, “Simon says” to begin the
request, anyone who does that action is out. The
last person still playing in the end will be Simon
for the next round. Number of Players: A small
This game is another variation on tag. The
person who is “it” wears a blindfold and tries to
tag the other players. Be sure to play this in an
area safe from obstructions and other
hazards. Number of Players: A small
group. Equipment: A blindfold.
The first hand-clap game most people have
played is Pat-a-Cake with their parents. Songs
and patterns get much more complicated from
there. Usually there are two people involved,
doing a series of clap patterns on their own and
each other’s hands while singing or chanting a
rhythmic song. There are many rhymes listed
online, but if you can learn from someone else or
see it in a video, that is best.
10 classic hand-clapping games to teach your kid
Welly Boot Toss
Start by holding the front side of your Welly boot
in your strong hand.
Stand sideways to your target with your feet
shoulder-width apart. The Welly boot should be
in the hand furthest from the starting line (Left
foot on the start line, Welly boot in your right
When you’re ready, throw the Welly boot as far
You must not cross the Start Line after your
throw or this will not count.
The Tester will then place the Marker where the
Welly boot first made contact with the ground.
The winner is whoever threw the boot the
Monday June 1st – Sports Day!!!
Sports Week – Monday – Stay At Home Sports Day
Your challenge today is to create your very own Sports Day! You could challenge whoever is at home with you to compete against you. Choose from some of our normal sports day activities to create your Sports Day. You could also come up with some of your own new activities. Callystown Stay At Home Sports Day Activities: – Egg and Spoon Race – Water Relay Race – Wheelbarrow Race – The Hidden Ruler Game – Sack Race – Wellie Throwing – Scooter Race – Snatch the Bacon – Sprints And of course the FANCY DRESS OBSTACLE COURSE! I would love for you to share some pictures or videos of your very own Stay At Home Callystown Sports Day through Seesaw. Oh and don’t forget to treat yourselves to the Mr. McGinnity special after all your running around – A LOOP THE LOOP! The main thing is to have lots of fun and keep active!
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