The Captain's Challenge assists Kindergarten to Grade Two students around Tasmania achieve 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity activity on most days of the week, as outlined in the Australian Physical Activity Guidelines.
The Captain’s Challenge works by spending 10 minutes a day for four weeks developing fundamental motor skills at school that help children remain physically active for life – such as practising basic ball drills like bouncing, catching and throwing.
During the program, participants will undertake daily activities designed to challenge them at their own pace in a fun, engaging environment.
To measure their development, each activity has a target that must be achieved before participants can move onto the next activity.
Children can track their progress each weekday on the classroom tally board.
There are also four easy-to-follow activity cards and posters that show each week’s activities, plus a large tally board for participating classrooms.
Each student involved gets a FREE Hurricanes stress ball and teachers get a FREE Teacher Pack!
September 2018 is Captain’s Challenge Month!
Resources have arrived and Captain Hurricane is ready to deliver.
So make sure your school is involved by talking to your teacher and asking them to register.
To register your school for the Captain's Challenge, please complete the following form or contact our staff below:
Cricket Tasmania Game Development Staff Contacts:
Southern Region: Lauren Hepburn – firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Region: Dana Lester – email@example.com
North West Region: Alex King – firstname.lastname@example.org
Most registered schools are starting on Monday 3 September and we already have well over the record number of kids across Tasmania taking part, which obviously makes this the biggest Captain’s Challenge Month EVER!
So please register today to avoid missing out…
Check out the following video about the Captain's Challenge: