Try and trick your brain into imagining you are holding a bucket of water in your hands instead of a golf club as you make your golf swing. If you were indeed holding a bucket and needed to bring it back, you’d first press the handle a little forward which would make the task easier.
Love it! Small groups lay on ground with feet (shoes on, laces untied) together. Bucket of water placed so feet holding bucket up. First team to get all their shoes off without dumping the water wins. Love it!
Make fishing boats out of cardboard boxes, lay down a blue tarp to make it look like water, use a sand bucket to put the fish in and use those play fishing poles with fish that you get in any toy section at any large super store
18 boat crafts for kids to make. Expressive arts; creating a boat, consider use in free flow play- providing materials and a water bucket with children free to create their own model! Understanding the world- floating and sinking, properties (strength). Use for small world play
One of the very first things I pinned on Pinterest was a tin foil river. I have often wondered if this activity would actually be worth it. Does this actually work? Would the tin foil hold up? Would the boys like it? So we decided to give it a try! Aidan was gone at basketball …