Registration for Jack Frost for Kids is Open!
Jack Frost Challenge for kids is a free, week long event that runs alongside the larger Jack Frost Challenge. The upcoming event runs from February 11th-17th. The goal of this challenge is to get kids outside and active during our coldest month. Complete 130kms of activity and be entered to win some great prizes.
Register your kids or classroom at the link below to receive the Jack Frost Challenge Bingo card, updated with new activities. You will also find a kilometer tracking sheet to keep track of all your movement. Activities that work for this event include walking, skating, sledding, riding a bike, rolling, shoveling and even simply playing outside. Find a helpful tool here for measuring kilometers for stationary activities.
Do as many or as little activities as you want, whatever works for you and your family or class.
Here are two ways to be entered to win a prize:
- Take a photo as you complete activities and tag @GreenActionCentre online with the hashtag #SayFreezeMBKids to document your challenge achievements and be entered to win! The more posts the more entries for a prize. If you don’t feel comfortable posting online, you can also send us photos at firstname.lastname@example.org For more chances to win, complete the full bingo card and send an email containing a picture of all 8 activities to email@example.com for 5 additional entries!
- Your completed Kilometre Tracking Sheet can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 19th, 2024 for a chance to win! Prizes will be awarded to the classroom, family, and individual with the most kilometres.
We are looking forward to seeing how you, your family, and classroom have fun in the snow during Jack Frost Challenge for Kids 2024!
Reminder that this event is for kids 14 and under. Older kids can register for the larger challenge. Learn more about how to do that here! If you are a parent and want your children to be part of your adult team, you can always register them for the adult event but the prizes will be less kid friendly.