Daily physical activity can be really beneficial during these difficult times. Keeping kids active both helps provide some light relief for the family and keep them healthy.
We at Together Active have sought out all of the top tips for incorporating movement into everyday fun and games. From Disney dance along routines, Cosmic Yoga or even a Joe Wick’s workouts, discover free, accessible ways to get children active without them realising!
Physical activity can also help support kids mental health by producing mood-boosting endorphins, and support home learning by improving focus and concentration.
The UK Chief Medical Officer recommends that children and young people should get 60 minutes of activity every day. This does not have to be all in one go though; lots of smaller bursts of activity throughout the day count just as much.
All the resources listed here are for activities designed to be carried out indoors or, if available, a garden.
Local restrictions are changing rapidly at the moment. Please make sure you’re fully aware of what the rules are in your local area.
Children and young people should always follow the latest official advice on social distancing. They and their parent or carer should stay more than 2 metres from others (including friends and other family members), wash their hands regularly, and wear a face mask when indoors if they’re age 12 or older.
To help keep everyone active through the restrictions, Sport England have launched their Join The Movement campaign which supports people to #StayInWorkOut. There are a range on resources and online virtual activities suitable for everyone, so get ready to get moving!
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Familiar stories told using yoga. A relaxing, fun and engaging way to encourage kids to try a different way of moving.
Fun workout videos to get kids moving.
TT Kidz has launched 9 videos so you can get still get involved while at home. They can be done with or without a table tennis table and they will be showing ways you can get involved if you don’t have access to table tennis equipment.
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