Let’s Enjoy Nature – The Ultimate 2 Level SCAVENGER HUNT

I’m encouraging my students and families to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. This is especially important during a time when kids and adults spend excessive time on computers for school, work, and pleasure. It’s time to open the door, step outside, breathe fresh air, and observe our natural surroundings. By observe, I mean slow down and take a deep dive into our natural environment. Look high, look low, look under, look through, look behind, look everywhere! You might be surprised what you discover. 

The Let’s Enjoy Nature SCAVENGER HUNT includes two separate hunts, level 1 and level 2. Level 2 is designed to be slightly more challenging than level 1. Also included is the My Scavenger Hunt template. This is a blank template allowing participants to create their own scavenger hunt.

Click Let’s Enjoy Nature for access to the SCAVENGER HUNT!


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SIX IN A ROW – Fitness-Based Board Game for the Classroom and Virtual Learners + 3 more board games

Last spring, when I was home searching for asynchronous lessons for my students, I had an epiphany. Why not create a fitness-based board game for students to play at home WITH their families. Having a bit more free time during the lockdown, I literally locked myself into my office and created four such games. One was called SIX IN A ROW. 

SIX IN A ROW is a combination luck and mostly skill. By rolling the dice and completing a variety of exercises and skill challenges, players try to be the first to cover six squares in a row either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally with their included game chips. See all rules below. 

The game was a hit with my students and families. Check it out! Add to your classroom or asynchronous lesson plans.  

If you’d like a copy of SIX IN A ROW or 3 other Keeping Kids in Motion board games, click the link below.

Click SIX IN A ROW for a copy of the game!

Other Keeping Kids in Motion board games include:

The Color Dash

Double Trouble Solitaire

Scrabble Rush

 

Balance Bingo and ROLLING for BALANCE – 2 Virtual/Face-to-Face Activities

BALANCE BINGO

I originally developed Balance Bingo as an asynchronous lesson for my students on Seesaw. I was extremely impressed with the student response videos and parent feedback. On many instances, parents practiced the balances with the children. Isn’t it the best when parents play along? Below is the asynchronous sheet I sent home.

ROLLING FOR BALANCE

For my face-to-face students, I created a similar activity on Google slides. I took away four of the balances and added virtual dice from Youtube. I could have used actual dice for each student to work individually but opted to work as a whole group together, especially with Covid 19 guidelines.

 

 

Click BALANCE BINGO for a link to the activity!

Click ROLLING FOR FITNESS for a link to the activity!

Also check out AROUND THE HORN DICE FITNESS and AROUND THE HORN MUSIC FITNESS!


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