This week you need a pile of your t-shirts and something to start as a starting marker. Place your marker down and put your pile of t-shirts down a short distance away, mine were 5 big steps but you can just use whatever space you have available. Start on your starting marker and then sprint to your t-shirts and put the first one, then sprint back and touch the starting marker with your hand. Repeat for the 2nd t-shirt and then however many more you can put on before the 30 seconds is up.
Make it harder
Make the shuttle longer
Use shorts or trousers instead of t-shirts
Set a longer time
Make it easier
Make the shuttle shorter
Use hats instead of tshirts
If you would like to share your attempts at each challenge you can ask the grown ups in your household to film you or take a photo of you doing the challenge and then send it in to Mr Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your score and possibly a write up about how the challenge went in your household.
T-shirt Shuttle Demo
One thing I need to do to improve my score is practise putting my t-shirts on! This one is addictive though and I will get that 5th t-shirt on!
Bay, Year 4
Well done Bay for scoring 5 t-shirts in 30 seconds! Loving that cheer at the end, looks like you have been working hard to get that 5th t-shirt for a little while. I wonder if 6 t-shirts is possible?
Sav, Year 4
Fantastic effort to get 5 t-shirts in 30 seconds there Sav. I know from your blooper reel that a lot of work went in to getting that 5th t-shirt - well done!
Henry, Year 3
So close to that 4th T-shirt there Henry - I think with a couple more goes you can get that on! Well done.
James, Year 1
Well done James for sharing the first 'Hat Shuttle' and then completing 5 hats in less than 30 seconds! Great effort. I wonder if you would be able to put on a 6th hat in the time if you have an extra somewhere?
James, Year 3
Great effort with the T-shirt shuttle James. It looks like you had as much trouble putting t-shirts on as I did! Great job still managing 5 t-shirts though - just think what you could score if those t-shirts went on easier!