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Heathside Grove

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Year Group Challenges

St. Paul's Half-Term Challenges

Over the May half-term holiday, have a try at these challenges for the different year groups.

Complete any seven challenges from each category to achieve the award.

If you take pictures or keep evidence of you completing the challenges, you will receive an award when you return back to school.

We hope you have fun trying to complete them!

 

EYFS and Year One

 

Bronze Award

  • Take part in a Go Noodle dance (YouTube).
  • Watch a song using British Sign Language.
  • Build a den.
  • Take a daily walk.
  • Water some plants.
  • Play I Spy in your home.
  • Colour in a picture to place in your window.
  • Take a virtual tour of a building such as Windsor Castle.
  • Make some playdough and do some dough disco.
  • Sing along to a favourite song.
  • Dance to your favourite song.

 

Silver Award

  • Take part in a cosmic yoga session (YouTube).
  • Learn how to spell your name using British Sign Language.
  • Make a paper plane and watch it fly.
  • While on your daily walk, take a photo of nature and then try to draw it once you get home.
  • Plant some flowering seeds and watch them grow.
  • Play a board game with your family.
  • Create a banner or piece of artwork to put in your window for all of your street to see.
  • Take a virtual tour of a zoo.
  • Make some salt dough and build a sculpture.
  • Create your own dance routine to your favourite song.
  • Take part in an online choir.
  • Learn a routine to a dance.

 

Gold Award

  • Get fit with Joe Wicks (see his YouTube channel).
  • Learn a song in British Sign Language.
  • Make a toy using junk modelling equipment.
  • Go on a nature trail scavenger hunt.
  • Plants some fruit or vegetables seeds and see what grows.
  • Create a game to play with your family.
  • Create a memory box or a scrap book of your time at home.
  • Take a virtual tour of a museum or gallery.
  • Bake a cake or biscuits with an adult.
  • Make up a new song to your favourite tune.
  • Teach someone else your dance.

 

Year Two and Year Three

 

Bronze Award

  • Create a banner or piece of artwork to put in your window for all of your street to see.
  • Bake a cake or biscuits for your family (with adult help).
  • Read a bedtime story to a sibling/cousin/relative/neighbour – this can be done via video if you don’t live together.
  • Play a board game with your family.
  • Make up a dance to your favourite song.
  • Learn to sign your name and age in British Sign Language.
  • Make your favourite animal using junk modelling equipment.
  • Make up a nature trail scavenger hunt and then try to find all the items on your daily walk.
  • Plants some fruit or vegetables seeds and see what grows.
  • Draw a picture of an imaginary place that you would like to visit.

 

Silver Award

  • Read a book and draw a picture of your favourite character.
  • While on your daily walk, take a photo of nature. Try to draw it once you get home.
  • Write a hand-written letter to a friend or family member and post it to them when you go out for your daily exercise.
  • Write a poem about your favourite creature or plant.
  • Create a game to play with your family.
  • Use an old cereal or tissue box to create your own magical imaginary land. You could use other bits of junk modelling to create the plants, buildings and places like lakes and mountains.
  • Make a target game in your garden. How many points for a bulls-eye?
  • Make a healthy dessert like a fruit salad or a fruit kebab.
  • Create your own super- hero and design his/her costume.
  • Teach a dance to your favourite song to someone else in your family.

 

Gold Award

  • Read a book and then write a different ending. What do you think should happen next?
  • Sketch a plant or flower that is growing in your garden or you can see from your window.
  • Make a poster about yourself that you can give to your new class teacher in September.
  • Write a story or comic strip about the super-hero that you have designed.
  • Create your own obstacle course in your garden.
  • Find out about your favourite animal or country and then make a quiz for your family using the facts that you have learnt.
  • Draw portraits of your family – can they guess who it is meant to be?
  • Draw a map of your imaginary land.
  • Learn a magic trick and perform it to someone in your family.
  • Learn to make a sandwich then make a sandwich treat for someone in your family.

 

Year Four, Year Five and Year Six

 

Bronze Award

  • Create your own bowling alley with tin cans and a ball.
  • Read a book of your choice.
  • Create a banner or piece of artwork to put in your window for all of your street to see.
  • Bake a cake or biscuits for your family.
  • Learn how to change your bedding and make your bed.
  • Read a bedtime story to a sibling/cousin/relative/neighbour – this can be done via video if you don’t live together.
  • Practice your times tables on Times Table Rockstars at least twice a week.
  • Play a board game with your family.
  • Dance to your favourite song.
  • Feed your pet everyday.

 

Silver Award

  • Complete PE with Joe Wicks at least twice a week (you will find his lessons on his Youtube channel).
  • Read a book and write a review.
  • While on your daily walk, take a photo of nature. Try to draw it once you get home.
  • Make breakfast for your family.
  • Learn how to wash the pots.
  • Write a hand-written letter to a friend or family member and post it to them when you go out for your daily exercise.
  • Write a poem about our school.
  • Create a game to play with your family.
  • Create your own dance routine to your favourite song.
  • Clean out your pets home/brush your pet.

 

Gold Award

  • Create your own circuit training routine (with at least 5 different exercises) and complete at least twice a week.
  • Read two different books and then write an explanation about which is your favourite.
  • Draw portraits of your family – can they guess who it is meant to be?
  • Make a meal for your family.
  • Learn how to spell your whole name using British Sign Language.
  • Write a diary about your experience of the Corona Virus Pandemic.
  • Research the high schools you are interested in applying for.
  • Create your own quiz to challenge your family.
  • Teach somebody a dance to your favourite song.
  • Teach your pet a new trick.

 

 

 

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