* After ‘breakfast’, let them have Dress-up table, where they have to wear school uniforms, shoes and socks. * Then, they can go to ‘school’ and move on to the table, which consists of two sheets of paper. One with a short poem written on it, and the other is empty. Place a pencil next to a clean sheet of paper. Children need to copy the entire poem as it is, gently, with an appropriate punctuation on a clean sheet and then move on to the next obstacle. * Next obstacle may be a mathematical quiz, which they must solve before moving on. * After this, a table with a banana for them would be dinner.

* After dinner, it’s time for some sports! There are several basketball goals, acting as the next obstacle. What they should do – is take the balls and throw them in the basket, who threw more balls, the winner. * Following the sport, they can draw a picture and paint it – that’s their next obstacle. * After the drawing and painting, it’s time to go home, so that the last obstacle will be that each party shall strike three times, for example, in their hands before they escape to the finish. Make sure that every child who participates in the game, completing each obstacle correctly. If a child does something wrong, ask to repeat it until it does not make it right, or simply diskvalifitsiruete it. This will show children that there is no room for negligence in their lives.

And let them understand that this often leads to more problems than they expect. Thus, you can use this fun and educational method to improve physical dexterity, and at the same time, making them mentally prepared for the obstacles. In addition to the ideas mentioned above, you can also plan a closed obstacle course, which may take the form treasure hunt. Divide the group into teams and make a puzzle-obstacles that need to solve to get to the treasure. The team that first guesses all the puzzles and reach the treasure wins it. As treasures can be used any encouragement, such as chocolate.

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