Stay Home - Stay Active
Regular physical activity is important for all members of your family. 60 minutes a day for children and 30 minutes for adults. If you need ideas to keep you or your children active over the next few weeks, please check out some of the websites below and follow our Facebook Page or Twitter account #StayHomeStayActive #StayInWorkOut.
Websites with activities suitable for children
Youth Sport Trust – Free Home learning resources
Change For Life – Wake Up Shake Ups – fun family activities to do together
BBC Supermovers – fun Curriculum linked learning resources
Go Noodle – movement and Mindfulness videos for use with children
Premier League Primary Starts – fun Curriculum linked resources
Nike Active Kids Do Better – resources for parents to get their kids more active
Jumpstart Johnny – fun workout videos to get kids moving
Cosmic Kids Yoga – Yoga and mindfulness Youtube videos
Disney Dance-along – ThisGirlCan Disney Dance routines for mums and their little ones
Change4Life Indoor Activity ideas – activities to keep kids moving at home
Change4Life Accessible Activities - for children and young people with disabilities
Active Kids Do Better – family friendly activities at home
Super Stretch Kids Yoga – interactive yoga App for kids
Wuf Shanti Mindful Yoga Fun – dog yoga character that travels the world sharing yoga, meditation, & mindfulness with kids through fun games & music
P.E. with Joe – live daily workouts on Youtube (Monday – Friday 9am)
Yoga Mike TV – child friendly yoga sessions (3 month free trial)
Premier Education – free activity cards
This is PE – - a series of PE activities delivered by teachers to use at home
Top Sportsability – An online resource supporting inclusive physical activity and PE. Use YSTINCLUSION44 for Inclusion Lead code when registering.
Funky Feet – Physical activity programme for Early years
NHS Workouts for Beginners
The NHS has put together illustrated guides showing some equipment-free workouts, which you can do at home. All are suitable for beginners or people returning to exercise.
Take a look at the workouts on their website by clicking here.