Two Adventure Days incorporating problem-solving and teambuilding with the Grade 6’s from Abbotsford Christian School
It was a great privilege to work with the Grade 7’s at Hudson Park Primary; challenging their teamwork, problem-solving and leadership skills.
Fun, Games and Teamwork with the Hudson Park Grade 5’s!
We had lots of fun working with the wonderful Grade 6’s of Hudson Park Primary School…
For Rachael’s 11th birthday we had 3 teams racing around, competing in various outdoor challenges to be crowned the winner of the day. New skills learned, many fears conquered and lots of fun experienced!
In August 2019 Red King Adventures hosted an “Adventure Saturday”. We had a group of kids ranging from 5 to 10 years old. We did a variety of activities including team relays, obstacle courses and free climbing. Here’s a video containing some of the highlights from the day: #RedKingAdventures
For the final day of our week-long Adventure Holiday Club we had a small group and changed things up a bit. We first went for a nice forest walk, doing activities along the way: We spent quite a bit of time birdwatching. We were fortunate to see a host of species including: Bronze Mannikins, Fish
On Day Four of our Adventure Holiday Club we moved settings and went to the forest and the beach. Read about the previous days of our Adventure Holiday Club here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three. We started the morning with a walk through the forest and did some exploring and climbing: Once we exited
Day 3 of our Adventure Holiday Club saw us doing some problem-solving activities and hill climbing, but the highlight was canoeing in the river. Read about Day One here. Read about Day Two here We started the day by collecting more bamboo and working on shelter building. The we moved down to the river where
On Day Two of our Adventure Holiday Club we focused on hiking, climbing and problem solving group activities. We started off with a hiking trail through some dense forest that included a few rock formations that we need to climb over. At these points the children realized that they would need to help each other