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Active Canaries - week three is here!

Active Canaries will provide challenges, resources, and inspiration in three main areas – Get Moving, Get Learning - alongside Junior Canaries, and Get Caring.

Week three information is below – we hope you find it useful. If you take part in any of the activities, don’t forget to let us know by tagging the Club and the Foundation on social media.

Get Moving

This week is a treasure hunt challenge!

In recent weeks, the Community Sports Foundation have set participants from their disability programmes a ‘Find and Seek’ challenge to complete while on a one-hour walk.

The challenges have been part of the Foundation’s Positive Pathways programme funded by Children in Need and designed to put a fun spin on getting some exercise.

Staff at the Foundation have been using it to get out and about with their own children, and it got a little competitive!

Here is this week’s sheet – how many can you spot on your one-hour walk?

Get Learning

Junior Canaries and the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation have developed some Norwich City themed resources to help parents with home-schooling. 

This week is Cooking with Todd Cantwell and includes a competition to win a meal for four in yellows!

Key Stage One

  • Recipes
  • Cooking videos
  • Healthy eating quiz

Key Stage Two

  • Recipes
  • Cooking videos
  • Healthy eating quiz
  • Food groups quiz

Key Stage Three

  • Recipes
  • Cooking videos
  • Healthy eating quiz
  • Food groups quiz

Head on over to the brand-new Junior Canaries website for all the info.

Get Caring

One for the younger fans this week – we want you to make life easier for your parents or guardians.

With parents and guardians working extra hard to keep you safe, fed, learning and entertained at the moment, there’s a lot for them to balance right now and trust us, it’s hard.

So, what can you do to make life easier for them? Could you tidy your room without asking? Could you use your newfound cooking skills to help with dinner? How about making sure the dog has been fed, or the bins taken out?

Every team needs all of its players to play their part.

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