Day 5 of the challenge already — before we know it, this week will be done already! Time flies when we’re having fun, right?
By now, there should be a little less “I’m bored”
and picking at their siblings to start up a fight. And hopefully a lot more creative juices flowing! I challenge you to see where today’s activity takes you beyond the initial start of it. Let the kids change it up and go with it!
Here’s today’s get moving activity: Paper Plate Sock Toss
Cut the center out of three paper plate and attach a piece of yarn (three different lengths) to the plates and tape them in an open space. Toss socks through the holes in the paper plates.
You’ll need a few supplies for this one – paper plates, scissors yarn/string, socks
Here are some tips for this activity —
- Be sure to hang them low enough for your child to be able to throw through it.
- For young kids, hang it at their height so they can stick the socks through with their hands if needed.
- Older kids can have a line they need to stand behind.
- You can number each of the plates to be counted as points. Then tally up, or use addition problems to score your points!
Let’s do a quick check-in — of the 5 challenges so far — how many have you done?
Let us know in the Facebook group!