For The Whole Family:
Exercise gets mixed reviews from teens on the best days, and PE often turns what used to be fun at recess into a nightmare in the gym. It doesn’t have to be that way, though, and you don’t need to wait for a teacher with a whistle to get started. Click here for a list of “Best Exercises and Workout Ideas to Stay Active.”
Swim Angelfish has a series of “Keep Moving” videos designed to help young swimmers practice swim skills at home. Videos include breathing exercises, stretching exercises, out-of-water stroke training, and strength building exercises.
Here’s a great article from The Aspen Institute Project Play about keeping children active during COVID-19.
OPEN, Online Physical Education Network provides rigorous, outcomes-based curriculum tools. Under the Active Home section there are calendars for physical activity options geared towards the primary grades.
Together Counts – At Home offers resources for family wellness.
Persil Wild Explorers App offers 100 outdoor activities for families.
GoNoodle provides videos that encourage physical activity.