Below are some ideas and links to websites that will help keep your children active indoors.
Fitness Blender: Search fitness blender and access free workouts, it lets you choose the duration, type, intensity of the workout and also lets you choose to do it with equipment or not. Suitable for teenagers and adults although you could get younger children to join in! Click Here
Cosmic Kids yoga: Free resource on YouTube that include yoga and mindfulness videos age appropriate for age 3+ includes Frozen, Trolls, Star Wars, The Gruffalo yoga games! Brilliant! Click Here
Change4 life resources: Do your children need a wake up/shake up?! Suitable for children age 3+ Click Here
Some more ideas of indoor activities for childre Change 4 Life Click Here
Here is some ideas for children who have physical disabilities Click Here
PE with the body coach: Joe Wicks is live at 9am Monday-Friday on his YouTube channel doing workouts for children and young people of all ages to enjoy! Click Here
For younger ones don’t forget about good old “tummy time”, playing with blocks and other objects, messy play, jumping, skipping. Active play like hide and seek and throwing and catching are brilliant ways to keep busy!
Why not put on some music and make up a funny dance! Simon says!
Remember to keep in touch with friends and family via video calling.
Some really useful Infographics from the Department of Health about exercise for children.
Physical activity for early years: birth to 5 years:
Physical activity for children and young people: 5 to 18 years: