It's important for all children, from birth to eighteen, to keep moving to help with their physical development, well being and mental health. The restrictions to our permitted movement as a result of Covid-19 mean that it could be harder to help our children move enough. We've pulled together a number of different resources that are freely available online to help you and your children keep moving.
The Daily Mile are encouraging children and families to keep up with doing their Daily Miles whilst observing social distancing. They are releasing Family Fun Challenges three times a week to help enjoy The Daily Mile at Home. Find out more and access the challenges here.
Created by This Girl Can - find them all online here.
Easy ways for kids to keep active indoors - find them all online here.
Please note, not all of these activities are recommended during this time of physical distancing - view them online here.
The BBC Super Movers website contains a host of free online videos & fun curriculum linked resources to get children moving while they learn. The videos feature a plethora of professional sportsmen & women as well as celebrities to engage children even further. Visit the website here.
A free online resource to help parents keep their under fives moving and developing physically. Access the free activities here.
Youth Sport Trust have made resources available to help support children with Physical Education within the home environment. Access the resources here.
From Monday 23rd March at 9am, Joe Wicks will become a PE teacher for the nation, when he starts his free, 30 minute exercises specific for kids. He will be running them from on every weekday at the same time. Tune in live on his YouTube channel here.
Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, has produced a number of short, fun workout videos especially for children. The videos are available on The Body Coach YouTube TV channel along with videos that adults/parents can access too. Watch the videos here.
Our Parks are running free 15 minute Superhero Fitness sessions every weekday at 3:30pm. So don your capes and join them on Facebook here.
British Cycling has launched a daily activity calendar to keep kids moving and help them to develop new skills. The full suite of games and activities can be found here.
England Athletics have launched a series of videos show parents and children (aged 4-11) taking part in fun activities based on fundamental core movement skills: running, jumping and throwing. Watch the videos here.
The LTA has pulled together 12 fun activities and exercises that parents and children can play at home, to hone their tennis skills while getting crucial exercise. Watch the videos here.
This Girl Can has a number of ways you can exercise with your child (please note, not all of these activities are recommended during this time of physical distancing) - view them online here.
The Tokyo 2020 Games may not be happening this year but you can still get active, stay connected and win prizes with Travel to Tokyo; Team GB and Paralympics GB’s official, free programme for children aged 5-11 and their families to do at home. Access the resources here.
Premier League Primary Stars have made their school-curriculum linked resources available for home learning, with no registration. These will support those looking for ways to educate, entertain children and keep them active. Access the resources here.
A 35 day workout challenge for children to do with their families at home. Access the resource here.
Anyone can access these free online videos that encourage children to be active & have fun. They engage 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home & everywhere kids are! Visit the website here.
Free online videos that can be watched & followed at home by children, adults & families alike. Access themed yoga lessons, mindfulness activities & relaxation sessions from the comfort of your home. View them here.
A video by Yoga with Adriene specifically designed for teenagers wanting to do yoga. Watch it here.
Questr Scan & Seek have created an area on their website with free active English & Science games for parents & kids. The activities will give parents the opportunity to support their children to have fun while they continue to learn at home. Sign up to receive the resources here.
Created by sports coaches, movement specialists and sports scientists to provide young children with home practice sessions to develop fitness, motor and sports skills. Sign up for free here.