May is Active Family Month

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What a spinning Pink Oddball looks like

Please can you join me in this week’s theme of Spinning!

We know how important it is to spend time with the boys – as a family, and individually, with each of them.

Getting outside, and being active, is also a top priority.

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Spin the ball around

One of the advantages of changing schools is that we no longer need the car.

This gives us the opportunity on the way to go for a spin:

– on the bicycles

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– on the scooters

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This can help develop balance and co-ordination, as well as competitiveness (who can go fastest)

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and unity (helping each other).

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Even on skateboard

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We also thought of other ways we could interpret going for a spin

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Spinning around jump on the trampoline

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Spinning with friends at the park

We headed to the beach where we found a pole to spin around

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and on the sand we did some spinning around on the spot

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Our youngest loves spinning, and soon joined in too.

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We made the football spin around too

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And drew a football pitch in the sand

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And then we thought about what other things spun around

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Swimming baths turnstile

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Ferris Wheel

And of course the wheels on the carriage for the donkey

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because of course no trip to the beach would be complete without a ride

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