Happy Spring from First Tee!
We’ve put together a group of no golf clubs needed activities for your children to enjoy at home! Each of these is outlined below. In some cases you will just need supplies around your house, in others you will need to print the download provided. Our junior helpers have also put together some video clips for your child to enjoy before starting a few of the activities.
Activity 1: Paper Plate Frisbee Golf
- Find two (2) Paper Plates around your house.
- Cut a Circle out of the middle of both plates.
- Decorate the ‘outside’ edges of the plates.
- Attach the plates ‘inside’ edges using a Heavy Tape.
- Build a Hole! or 2, or more!! Get creative! Use paper towel rolls, cones, hula hoops, empty buckets or even a tree as your target! Don’t forget a tee box! Every hole has a start and finish!
- Keep score by creating your own scorecard from our template or print the scorecard HERE.
Activity 2: Decorate a Golf “Egg”
- Find a white golf ball, or two, around your house.
- Find art supplies available and prep area appropriately.
- Be creative! Use lines and patterns; color the ridges to make polka-dots or flowers.
- Take a picture with your finished Golf Egg and e-mail it to us!
activity 3: FUN Fitness Log
We all need hourly brain breaks and wiggle sessions, so, why not incorporate goals, challenges and make them more fun! We’ve put together a list of activities you can do throughout the day whether you’re inside or out. Encourage family members to join in. Hey, you can even make it a family competition! The activity log gives you the chance to create a goal for each exercise. Remember, you don’t have to reach your goal in one attempt, add to your total all day long. Then, use the blank template to pick your favorite activities from each bucket for a personalized Fitness Log!
CLICK HERE to download Fitness Plan Descriptor
CLICK HERE to download Fitness Log
activity 4: First tee color sheet
For our first activity bag, we pre-printed this color sheet. It’s a bit harder to complete from a basic color sheet but gets kids minds thinking about their approach to completing and reminding them of the First Tee’s Core Values! Enjoy.
CLICK HERE to download color sheet.
activity 5: Core Values Matching Memory Game
Print the game on paper (double sided), cut and play! Or, use this as a template to create your own cards at home. Either way, learning the Nine Core Values and their definitions now will make a difference when we return to in person programs!
CLICK HERE to download game.
activity 6: It’s a Race! Scavenger Hunt
Can you find these items in your house? Start a timer, collect items in one place and take your picture with all items found! (Tip: Don’t have the item? Get creative! Make it, color it, be it!) Email us the picture and time … Fastest time earns a prize!
BONUS!!! Find 3 items in your house related to our Nine Core Values. It can be anything, a book, picture, toy, etc. (Parent Tip: Think chore chart, school work, special photo, illustrations in books)
CLICK HERE to download scavenger hunt.