Friday, 2 December 2011

Free Activities for a Healthy Half Term

Here are a couple of really fun and FREE ideas for keeping kids active during half term.
First, Chewits, in association with Premier Sport, is running multi-sport holiday courses around the UK.
Courses include a full day of coached sports activities–everything from street dance, cheerleading and hula hooping to football and tag rugby–for kids age 5-12 years.
Chewits and Premier Sport are offering free courses for readers (they usually run £10-£15 per child). If you’d like a voucher, please let me know in the comments and I’ll get you sorted.

Kids Fun, Yogyakarta

Kids Fun jogja is one of the resorts are already quite popular in Yogyakarta. A place of recreation for children and families located in the southern of Yogyakarta city, Kids Fun parks are located on Wonosari street Km 10, Piyungan, Bantul regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This place does have a variety of playground quite varied and interesting for every visitor, whether children, adolescents or adults.

Kids Fun increasingly complement the needs of the people of Yogyakarta in recreation and sightseeing. This recreation area was built in 1998, with an area of about 2 hectares with international standards. There are various types of games, like Dune Bug, Harley Davidson, Jet Rider, Forklift, Grand Canyon, Gnome Land, Jump & Fun, Vespa Ciao, Santa Fe Express, Ferrari Cars, Star Trex, Aqua Splash, Adventure Mini Golf, and Go-Kart.

On Kids Fun, visitors can also relax in the Café that provide Indonesian food as well as European food. In addition, the Kids Fun also comes with a souvenir shop, a stage for show and others.

Sunday, 6 November 2011

Funny videos: Cute kid goat, texting bride, more

Watch below a collection of all the best viral videos that have appeared on Digital Spy over the past seven days. Learn more about each video by clicking on the title above the clip:

1. Cute kid goat hopping around

2. OccupyLSX protesters 'expose media' over empty tent claims

3. Bride texts during wedding ceremony

4. News anchors' colleague wins lottery live on air

5. Cat struggles with plastic bag

6. Snake found in cash machine

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Girl, 9, takes on pro wrestler

WHOEVER said fighting like a little girl was a bad thing has clearly never been to Japan.

This plucky nine-year-old, called Haruka, takes on professional wrestler Kenny Omega — and the youngster holds her own.
The amazing footage shows the child slapping and kicking Omega in the face, before being flung to the ground herself.
At one point in the video Omega grabs Haruka by the hair before slamming her face-first into a corner.
Haruka - who is part of Ice Ribbon, a women's professional wrestling organisation - also ignores Omega's handshake at the end of the match, instead opting to slap him around the face.
It sure is a gripping bout!



A sport is an organized, competitive, entertaining, and skillful activity requiring commitment, strategy, and fair play, in which a winner can be defined by objective means. Generally speaking, a sport is a game based in physical athleticism. Activities such as board games and card games are sometimes classified as "mind sports," but strictly speaking "sport" by itself refers to some physical activity. Non-competitive activities may also qualify, for example though jogging or playing catch are usually classified as forms of recreation, they may also be informally called "sports" due to their similarity to competitive games.


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Kids Enjoy The ‘Summer Of Fun’ With Parks and Rec Sports Camp

School may be out, but local Parks and Rec staff has been keeping the kids in Moapa Valley very busy. John Stastny of Clark County Parks and Rec is calling this the Summer of Fun.
This year Stastny has started a sports camp, for kids ages 8-13. The focus is on learning the rules of a variety of sports, and spending a fair amount of time playing those sports. The camp has been running every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 12:30 – 4:30.
Participants of the camp are learning the rules of most major team sports and had the chance to play many of them as well.
What’s more the camp isn’t only taking place indoors. Every Thursday, the kids spend the afternoon at the pool, learning about water sports and cooling off.
“We’re having a great time at the sports camp,” Stastny stated. “The kids are learning about recognized team sports, but we are also playing, and learning, about five different variations of Dodge Ball.”
All of the summer programs have prizes awarded at the end.

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