It’s that time of year again; exams are almost over, university is finishing for another year and students up and down the country are starting to leave their accommodation. And let’s face it, packing up your belongings and having to move out is never much fun.
Host Weekly Challenge: Week 3
Another week has passed which means we’re another week closer to some form of normality. But that’s not all. It also means we’re onto our third weekly challenge!
We’ve already seen some fantastic attempts at the Tea Bag Challenge, and some, well, not so good attempts at the Toilet Roll Keepy-Uppie Challenge. But now, we really want to see the bar lifted with our Juggling Challenge.
Week 3: Juggling Challenge
Yes, that’s right, we said juggling. In your day-to-day life, you’re probably used to juggling lots of things such as attending lectures and classes, completing coursework, catching up with friends, keeping fit and going shopping. But with a lot of those activities currently on hold, why not practice the art of actual juggling?
Watch the video below for details and a demonstration of our third weekly challenge.
Have you got what it takes?
As you can see from our very own attempt, juggling is not as easy as it looks; or is that just us? If you think you can do better and have got what it takes to become the next top juggler, it’s time to get juggling.
Don’t have any juggling balls? We didn’t either – we used some house shaped stress balls. All you need to do is have a look around your home and use anything you think might work. From tennis balls to socks, or Easter eggs to oranges, the more imaginative, the more kudos you’ll get.
Once you’ve given our juggling challenge a go, nominate your friends to take on the challenge too!
Do you have a fun idea for a weekly challenge that we could all try at home? Send us a message on social media and we’ll consider it for future challenges!
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