Kung Fu Panda 3 Chopstick Challenge

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Ages

7–14

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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21 May

This immersive, exciting and varied resource will take young people on a quest to become Chopstick Warriors by teaching them about the history and handling of chopsticks. They will teach others and perform a range of challenges to perfect the art of the chopstick, then battle other competitors in school, culminating in The Rice Challenge, with the intention of being crowned Chopstick Master.

Teachers are provided with a fun downloadable ‘Chopstick Challenge' resource pack that includes how to create and run a Chopstick League within their school. This is an easy to use end of term resource designed to bring the school community together with an engaging and challenging project to help celebrate the end of the school year. The DVD is on general release from July 11th 2016.

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Design and Technology

Art and Design

English

PSHE Education

Social

Physical Education

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