Welcome to In2it!

‘Ko nga pae tawhiti, whaia kia tata; ko nga pae tata, whakamaua kia tina.
Make the far horizons accessible; make the near ones secure.’

The Getin2life Youth Development Trust is about creating opportunities for children and young people to influence outcomes in their Local Neighborhoods and Communities through innovative and creative unstructured play, adapted games and employment opportunities.

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In2it are finalists in two categories in the I AM Auckland Youth Awards being held 25th July 2014 The I Am Auckland Awards recognise youth organisations and individuals supporting children and young people. Nominees are judged by the Auckland Council
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DOWNLOAD CALENDAR HERE We want to make the holidays even more easy for you and your family. Download this easy to read July School holidays calendar and plan out the kids days. Write down who’s babysitting, what activities, playdates or
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In2it won’t be out this long weekend as we are conjuring up some mega plans for the upcoming months! Make sure you stay up to date with us on our Facebook Page and our E-newsletter. We will be out on
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ALL FORD DAY Love Cars? Well you will love this weekends FORD ALL DAY event at Smales Farm. In2it will be there with some awesome gear, so bring the whole family and rev your car and your heart! April 6th
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Some different games to play

This Easter you can still get In2it! Especially after eating your easter eggs. A traditional Easter games is’Egg Rolling‘ many countries have different rules and ways of playing but try this one: Each child is given a hard-boiled Easter egg.
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Red Light, Green Light Number of Players: A small group. Equipment: None. One person is the traffic light at one end, and the other players are at the other end. When the traffic light faces the group, he or she
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Four Square: Number of Players: Four, unless you take turns. Equipment: A four square court or sidewalk chalk, a playground ball. This ball game is played on a square court further divided into four smaller squares, numbered one through four.
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Wall Ball is making a comeback as Australian locals start a new competition in Sydney called the Golden Hand Competition. Read more. You might also know this game as ‘Hand Ball’. Set Up: Use a play area with a smooth,
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