30 Random Acts of Fun for ANY TIME!
Posted on April 26, 2020
Keeping Kids in Motion is rolling out another 30-Day Challenge for the month of May. Students will have a choice of 30 Random Acts of Fun, which can be completed in any order.
Here are a few notes about the Random Acts of Fun challenge:
- Each activity is different, ranging from fitness activities to letter writing, and building.
- After completing their chosen Random Acts of Fun for the day, kids will color in the squares for each challenge completed.
- If the kids want to repeat an activity already completed, great! Why not enjoy what you love!
- Multiple activities may be completed in one day.
It’s my hope that our kids are purposely staying active at least 60 minutes per day. These activities will undoubtedly complement what they are already doing throughout the day.
Similar to the feeling you get from the well-known random acts of kindness, the reward for this challenge is completely intrinsic.
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There are many calendars available for kids, but yours is THE BEST. Thank you so much.
Oh my! You honestly gave me the shot of motivation I needed. Thank you so much. I’ll cherish this comment!
Love this…the perfect challenge for the last month of school!
Thank you so much.
Love this, but was wondering if your site is able to provide a spanish version. Google translate only does documents. Thank you
Maybe I can send you the editable word document. Would that help?
This is a great resource I was wondering if I could get a copy of the editable version so I could change a square to suit my sport (Hurling:- Ireland)
Keep up the good work👍🏻
Bonjour Justin! Trying to access an editable version to translate into French. All links here are for a PDF. If possible, kindly send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Justin. Thanks for all the great content and massive effort you guys put into this work. I too will take the editable work doc so as to translate into spanish for my bilingual classes. Thanks
Okay. Great. I’ll send it to your email in a few minutes. Would love to see the Spanish version.
I think the response above was meant for Wilsondd@mac.com perhaps?
Haha. Sorry. Thanks.
Really nice job! Could I have access to share it with my families. Thank you Martha_Mendoza@redlands.k12.ca.us
Yes. If you scroll to the bottom you’ll see where it says “Click Random Acts for a copy of the challenge.” That’s where you can download the document. Let me know if this helps.