Free Rice - Practice math, geography, grammar, and vocabulary while fighting world hunger at the same time!
What is free rice all about?
Can I make a difference with such a small contribution?
Do the hungry really get rice from my online activities?
VIsit http://audreynay.weebly.com/freerice-help-feed-the-worlds-hungry.html to find out.
Visit your local library either physically or virtually:
Borrow DVDs, books, magazines, music.....
and don't forget to visit Tumblebooks for a great selection of online books to read-for FREE!
(thanks to Coffs City Library who pay for the subscription)
Try some of these suggestions:
v Play outdoor ball games like soccer, netball, handball, footy, basketball and volleyball.
v Make up a concert and perform it for the family.
v Play hopscotch.
v Play the Wii
v Play computer games –including free rice and help feed the hungry
v Watch a DVD. (borrow one for free from your library)
v Play celebrity head.
v Attend the free Kids Workshops at Bunnings and create something
v Build a tent out of old sheets
v Play with your lego
v Visit a beach and collect shells
v Go skating (or scooting)
v Watch a great kids movie at the cinema
v Play musical chairs.
v Make your own musical instruments
v Try some Science experiments
v Read one of your library books
v Make home made pizzas.
v Make wind chimes (from tin cans) or a fruit loop necklace.
v Take a walk through Coffs Botanical Gardens
v Go ten pin bowling
v Read a book from Tumblebooks via CHCLibrary Homepage
v Learn a clapping game or two and practice until you are an expert.