Half Term Activities This Halloween at Huish Leisure
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Spooktacular activities this Half Term at Huish Leisure, all activities will have a Halloween theme. Give us a call today to book you child's space.
CRAZY ART & DANCE — The day will be spilt up into 6 sessions which will include 3 sessions of Arts & Craft and 3 sessions of multi-styled dance. The Arts & Crafts will be Halloween themed. The dance sessions will include learning steps and routines to crazy tunes. This activity day is not just for girls, boys love it too. All children will need to wear suitable sports clothing.
HALLOWEEN GAMES — This day will include team games, football, dodgeball, basketball and many other team building games with a Halloween theme. All children will need to wear suitable sports clothing and trainers.
LET'S GO BATTY — Any sport where you can hit a ball including Rounders, Cricket, Hockey, Badminton, Squash or Tennis. This activity day is not just for boys, girls love it too. If the weather is good most of these activities may take place outside. All children will need to wear suitable sports clothing and trainers.
GO KART, SKATE & SPOOK — For this activity day the children will need to bring their safety helmet, scooters, skateboards, or roller skates for the waky race course and roller disco. The day will also include a visit from the Go Kart Party Company where the children will play racing themed games in motorised go karts. If the weather is good most of these activities may take place outside. This activity day is not just for boys, girls love it too. All children will need to wear suitable sports clothing.
BOUNCE & FLIP — The children will be split up into 2 different age groups and they will have 3 Trampolining sessions and 3 Parkour sessions. In Trampolining they will learn safety skills, fun shapes, twisting skills, rotational skills & games. In Parkour they will learn safety skills, jumps, vaults, rolls, rotational skills & games.
All children will need to wear suitable sports clothing and bring socks for trampolining.
All days require a packed lunch, refillable drinks bottle and snacks throughout the day. Each child will need to wear comfortable/appropriate clothing for the day. Please call the centre to find out more information or email the Junior Activity Co-ordinator Jane — firstname.lastname@example.org
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