Daily Summer Challenge: Week 4!

This week's theme is 'Reading and Writing'!

Every day this summer, we’re sharing something fun to do!

This week’s theme is ‘Reading and Writing’ and we’ll be giving you all sorts of cool things to do to pass the time.

Every Monday, we’ll let you know all the stuff you need to get so you’re ready for the week.

It will usually be bits and pieces you can find lying around the house so there’s no need to pester a grown-up and spend loads of money!

This week, we’re going to be writing letters (Tue), making story cubes (Sun), writing poems (Fri), and loads more!

Click here to see the Summer Challenges!

Here’s everything you’ll need this week:

  • Paper or cardboard
  • A pair of scissors
  • A pen, pencil, or something to write with
  • A stamp
  • An envelope

There will be one new thing posted at 7am every day so be sure to visit the Summer Challenge page to keep up to date!

If you’re on Popjam, you can also follow us – we’re @FunKidsRadio – and see the challenges there!

Most of all, we want to see what you make with the challenges we set. So send us a photo or get in touch and let us know how you got on. We might even read your messages on air!

Click here to get in touch!

The theme is set and the tasks are ready – we’re just waiting for you!

If you need some inspiration, check out our new book podcast, The Book Club!

MOBILE: Fun Kids Book Worms

The book podcast for kids with Bex and all of your favourite authors!

In the first edition of the Fun Kids Book Club, we hear what happened when Dan met Greg James and Chris Smith to chat about their book ‘Kid Normal’, Bex meets Jim Smith, author of ‘Future Rat Boy 2’ and he gives us a sneak peak too!

Plus top 5 book picks for the holidays and Frankie tells us all about his favourite book of all time!

Click here to visit The Book Club!

Fun Kids Daily Summer Challenge!

We're sharing something to do every day during the summer holidays! From going outdoors and trying fun games to learning new stuff and competing with friends!


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