Whānau Amazing Race
Whānau Amazing Race – get outside the house , be active, and have some fun!
The aim of this amazing race challenge is to get outside the house, be active, and have fun whilst being safe. You have 10 tasks to complete around the neighbourhood. You can choose to do this on foot or on wheels. We encourage keeping safe whilst on the footpath, if you are on wheels please wear a helmet, and remember to keep 2 metres distance from anyone outside of your bubble.
Equipment: mask, water bottle, shoes.
Tasks: You must walk/ride for at least 100 steps before beginning the next task.
Everyone you see please try and spread some kind words and greet them with a big “KIA ORA”
You must complete each task in numerical order before moving on to the next one.
Extra points for photo/video proof to go in the draw for some awesome spot prizes
1. Find a tree/plant/bush and do 10 star jumps next to it (100 steps to the next task) (Wheelchair alternative: 10 arm circles)
2. Find 1 stone/stick/anything you can throw, throw it in the air, clap 3 times, and catch it again (100 steps to the next task)
3. Take a photo outside a place you like to play (school, park, field, a friends house etc.) (100 steps to the next task)
4. Find something yellow and do 5 push ups beside it (100 steps to the next task) (Wheelchair alternative: 10 arm speed circles)
5. Find a flat surface and land a bottle flip (100 steps to the next task)
6. DETOUR: Choose 1 of the 2 challenges: (5 star jumps, 5 frog jumps, 5 hops, 5 sit ups) OR (15 burpees) (100 steps to the next task) (Wheelchair alternative: 20 punches)
7. Start at a lamp post/mailbox and race to the 5th lamp post/mailbox. (100 steps to the next task)
8. Collect 3 pieces of nature to take home (flowers, leaves, sticks) (100 steps to the next task)
9. Do the macarena with your whanau (100 steps to the next task)
10. Once you get to the Pitstop (home) with the 3 nature objects you are to shape them into a letter of the alphabet to finish.
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