We’re doing a special challenge for the month of June and we hope you will join in! Take our 30-Day Kids Outdoors Challenge for some family fun in nature!
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We wanted to put something together for parents – especially during these at-home times – so we’ve compiled a little challenge to run during the month of June. There’s a fun idea for your child to do outdoors each day during the month, but you can start at any time.
Join in and don’t forget to tag us on Instagram using the hashtag #mktkidsathome.
Enjoy the challenge!
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Take Part in the Kids Outdoors Challenge
It’s time to get started! Here is the calendar for our June Challenge, and we’ve listed all the activities (and some helpful hints!) below to help get you started.
Monday 1st: Make an obstacle course in the garden
Tuesday 2nd: Splash in a puddle
Wednesday 3rd: Smell a flower
Thursday 4th: Make mud pies
Friday 5th: Do some cloud watching
Saturday 6th: Go for a walk
Sunday 7th: Great start to the challenge!
Monday 8th: Make daisy chains
Tuesday 9th: Go on a sound hunt
Wednesday 10th: Make wild art using sticks and stones and leaves
Thursday 11th: Play a game of rounders or football
Friday 12th: Build a bug hotel
Saturday 13th: Measure a tree
Sunday 14th: You’re doing great, week 2 under your belt!
Monday 15th: Do some leaf rubbings
Tuesday 16th: Go on a bug hunt
Wednesday 17th: Plant some seeds
Thursday 18th: Do outdoor painting with water and brushes
Friday 19th: Try skipping 100 times in a row
Saturday 20th: Have a picnic outside
Sunday 21st: Keep up the good work! Week 3 done!
Monday 22nd: Go on a nature scavenger hunt
Tuesday 23rd: Make sun shadows
Wednesday 24th: Blow some bubbles
Thursday 25th: Get arty with pavement chalk
Friday 26th: Take some books outside and read under a tree
Saturday 27th: Go for a cycle or a scoot
Sunday 28th: Amazing what you have done this month!
Monday 29th: Make a nature diary or scrapbook
Tuesday 30th: Play Hopscotch
Wednesday 31st: You did it – well done!
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Have your say! How did you get on with the kids outdoors challenge? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!