Whether it's a rainy day or the school holidays, it can be difficult to find things to do with children to keep them active at home. Have a look at our easy ways to get you and your kids moving.
Youth Sport Trust: 2020 - the summer of the Stay Active Staycation. While this summer may not be the one you’d originally planned, the Youtbh Sport Trust have fun ideas and activities to keep your family active and entertained for a super Stay Active Staycation.
#ThisIsPE: videos delivered by teachers focussing on the PE curriculum which are accessible on YouTube.
54 Degree Sports: A local provider in the Eden area with plenty of activities to try on their Facebook page.
BBC Supermovers: Fun Curriculum linked learning resources
Boogie Beebies: videos that get younger children up and dancing with CBeebies presenters.
Change For Life – Disney Shake Ups: Fun family activities to do together.
CBeebies - Workout with Andy: Fun exercises to do at home with kids
Chance Camp: A local provider in the Allerdale area with plenty of activities to try on their Facebook page.
Cosmic Yoga: Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.
Create Development: access to a range of digital and physical resources for families to support remote and home learning
England Athletics Funetics Home School pack: a free athletics resource for parents and carers of primary aged children looking to home school at present.
Fitness Blender has over 500 free workout videos, some of which will be suitable for secondary age students.
Fitter Future: For as long as schools are forced to close Fitter Future will be free for every school and family across the country.
Get Set Tokyo: Activities linked to Tokyo 2020
Go Noodle: Movement and Mindfulness videos for use with children
Home Pentathlon: A fun way for families to take part in adapted Sportshall Athletics events within their home environment. The guidance notes and online score system are supported by a set of Youtube clips which have kindly been narrated by Olympic medal winner Katharine Merry
Imoves: Section of website to be accessible for free for parents to use during coronavirus
Jumpstart Johnny: Fun workout videos to get kids moving:
Lawn Tennis Association (LTA): 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.
Nike Active Kids Do Better: Resources for parents to get their kids more active
Nike Move Crew: a programme developed with the expertise of teachers and physical activity specialists, elite athletes, kids and coaches. Each mission is designed to help kids unlock their 60 minutes of daily recommended activity. So, join the #nikemovecrew
Nuffield Health: this YouTube clip titled Home Exercises for Kids is a short routine to get your kids moving through a series of simple exercises to improve cardiovascular fitness, strength and flexibility, as well as boost energy levels – all from the comfort of your home!
Oti Mabuse - Dance: Dance classes for kids of all ages. 11.30am every Tuesday - Sunday
PE with Joe: Joe Wicks has plenty of free PE lessons on his YouTube Channel
Premier League Primary Stars: Fun Curriculum linked resources
Questr: Have created an area on their website with free active English and Science games for parents and kids.
real PE: All schools & families can sign up to #realPEathome for FREE during school closures. It includes 250+ challenges and physical activities with 1000s of hours of fun for families!. Click on the link to request your unique password.
Sense: Sense has developed a set of play toolkits for parents and professionals to provide information and advice on enabling children with complex disabilities to enjoy inclusive play.
This Girl Can & Disney Dance Alongs: Fun disney dance videos capturing some of the ways mums and kids get moving to the songs they love.
Team GB: Get Set launch free home learning resources for families and teachers.
Youth Sport Trust: Resources, which are free to access, include videos to encourage more active play, and Personal Challenge videos