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PE and Outdoor Activities

The recommended minimum time children need to be spent being active is at least 1 hour per day. Even through isolation we would like for you to try and achieve this. I will post on here a variety of different activities and idea that you can complete to hit this 1 hour time. Exercise and being outdoors is proven to be good for the body and mind, helping reduce stress, anxiety and also in children it helps burn out excess energy so that they sleep better and concentrate more during more structured times.

If you have access to twitter please tag school and show me what you are up to at home @antrobus_st


Suggested ideas;

-Teach your child to ride a bike without stabilisers.

-Make scooter courses to weave in and out of.

-Make a mini sports days at home for the family- running, egg and spoon, skipping etc.

-Build dens outside.

-Throwing and catching

-Trampoline to music

-Bat and ball


Joe Wicks is streaming live Monday - Friday at 9am on his youtube channel 'thebodycoach' I have been completing this at home as it is a great way to start the day and something the whole family get get involved in. Over 1 million families world wide have tuned in each morning so far.

Yoga Time! | On the Farm - Kids Yoga and Nursery Rhymes

Easy, fun yoga designed specially for toddlers with songs, nursery rhymes and simple stories. Copy me, sing along and have fun! In this video we visit a farm...

Cosmic Kids Yoga is a fantastic resource available on youtube- You can subscribe to the channel for free and there are over 400 videos for you to watch with your children over the coming months. We use this in school to help calm down if we get a little giddy especially during rainy days when it is 'wet plays' so we don't get outside as much as we would like to.

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