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Have a go at creating your own version of a TV programme or film.

Host a "We've got Talent" night

Host a "We've got Talent" night
Host a "We've got Talent" night

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60 mins

You will need

  • Big Red button
  • App on your phone to make the buzzer
  • Acts to judge

Everyone who is taking part should have an act to be judged. Take it in turns of being the judges or up on stage doing the acts. If the acts to be judged are good, invite parents in to be the audience.

Make a popcorn holder

Make a popcorn holder
Make a popcorn holder

2ahl

15 mins

You will need

Use the template provided to create your very own popcorn holder. Cut the template out of stiff card and glue the flaps into place. Make it special by eating the popcorn while you watch your very own version of 'The Wonderful world of Disney'

Ninja warriors

Ninja warriors
Ninja warriors

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60 mins

You will need

  • Crash mats so that people can protect themselves
  • Padding so that people don't get hurt
  • A series of obstacles and challenges for people to try
  • Stop watches

Create a Ninja Warriors Challenge for your group. If you only have a field or hall to work with, what challenges can you create in this space. For example you could use the stepping stone challenge where four girls have to cross a distance with only two pieces of newspaper. Or you can make an obstacle course with chairs. Remember to get your leader to check out your challenges for safety then find your groups warrior.

Make it harder by creating the Ninja Warriors challenge for a few local groups

Create your own film quiz

Create your own film quiz
Create your own film quiz

2afl

15 mins

You will need

  • Theme for your Film Quiz
  • Pens
  • Paper

Choose a theme for your Film quiz. It can be characters from Disney films or it could be the titles of James Bond Films. Once you have all the answers either make a word search or other type of quiz

Other great ideas

  • Go out to the Movies
  • Act out films
  • Act out adverts