Field Day is one of the most treasured end of school year activities for our kids, and one we don't want to miss. We came up with a few ideas to recreate your own field day at home!
Bean Bag Toss
Start by creating a few targets out of paper plates and toss bean bags to see who can score the most points!
Sensory Bucket Walk
See who can get through the sensory buckets. Take a few plastic bins and fill them with things you have around the house, such as shaving cream, cotton balls, water beads, sand, dried beans, colored water, or Jello.
Fill The Bucket
Grab 2 buckets ad a sponge. Put the buckets 4 to 6 feet apart, one partially filled with water. Using the sponge to transport the water, see who can transfer the water to the empty bucket the fastest.
Create a maze out of yard stakes and string. Send the kids through the maze and see who can find the path out the fastest!
Create these to hand out at the end of the day! Take a bite-size wrapped candy (such as a Snickers), glue a circle of shiny or printed paper to the back and then loop some ribbon to wear around their neck.
We hope your kids will love competing in their very own Field Day from home! Remember to tag us as you #gowanderwild for a chance to be featured. Have fun!