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Help Charity And Win A Wii With Sport Relief

02/03/2010 21:47 | Updated 22 May 2015

You can't miss all the Sport Relief initiatives going on at the moment – from Eddie Izzard and his endless marathons to the challenge to all of us to run a mile for the cause.

But if your children aren't particularly sporty, that's no excuse because there are still ways for them to get involved. The Sport Relief website has an extensive Play section that's designed to provide hours of entertainment and fun for all the nation's children. Not only that, it's currently running a free prize draw for kids to win a Nintendo Wii Sports Package.

Here's how to take part and stand a chance of winning:

The aim of the game is to help a little lazy character called Milo get fit enough to take part in the Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile on the Island of Lost Socks – players have to simply help to build up his fitness levels by playing fun, sporty games with him and their very own sock character.

While they're helping to get Milo in shape, they can watch short films about other children around the world and in the UK who are supported by Sport Relief cash.

They also get to make their own comic strips about the people they've watched in the films, and, once they've created their masterpieces, they can get a parent or guardian to fill in a quick form to enter the free prize draw to win the Nintendo Wii Sports Package.

Children can also download fun activities to do with their friends and pledge to do something for Sport Relief to see their name up in lights!

Over 2000 children helped to create 'Play' and it's hoped that the new game will inspire kids across the UK to get involved in Sport Relief 2010. It gives them the chance to get creative, have fun and learn about the difference they can make when they fundraise too.

So keep your kids entertained and visit the Land of Lost Socks right now by clicking on this link.

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