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A fun activity book that will inspire everyone to get moving
May 2021 Book of the Month
With 50 different activities to try out in this book, there’s really no excuse for not getting active. Its message is that wherever you are, you can get moving, and it makes it sound really tempting. After explaining why it’s important to get active, it lists things to do and how to do them, whether that’s trying the long jump to building an indoor obstacle course. The instructions are clear and fun, with charts and photos to make it even more appealing and easy to follow, and you can record your activities as you go on write-in charts. Little ‘Did you know?’ boxes pass on fascinating facts and there extra tips scattered throughout too. Bright, colourful, lots of fun, this is certain to get everyone on their feet.
The how-to book that encourages kids to get active. It's easy to understand and tells them exactly what they need to know step-by-step. Easy-peasy activities to do at home, outside or in the park from obstacle courses to bike rides and park runs.
Kids can try lots of brilliant stuff with the fun YOU CAN series from Collins - including how to write stories, draw, grow food, take photos, stargaze, cook, craft and more - there's something for everyone!
Packed with 50 fun activities guaranteed to them off the sofa!
Space to scribble and make the book their own.
Written by Kate Henebury, owner of two Little Gyms, which nurture happy, confident kids through physical activity.
In addition to our LoveReading expert opinion some of our Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title. You can click here to read the full reviews.
A great book to help Key Stage Two children find different activities when they are bored, instead of playing video games! We loved doing it together! Full review
I enjoyed this book because it gave me lots of cool ideas on how to get active and it showed pictures and simple ideas for beginners. Full review
|Publication date:||13th May 2021|
|Publisher:||Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||Puzzles / Activities, Sports|
Active mother of three children, Kate Henebury runs two Little Gym franchises and is due to open her third in the near future. She welcomes over 1,500 children to her motor skill development classes on a weekly basis, whilst advising other gyms across Europe. As a former serving Army Officer, Kate holds a BSc in Sport Science and now focuses her interest on child and motor skill development whilst keeping herself and her family active.More About Kate Henebury