Get Moving!

Need to tucker out those kids? Isolation is hard on all of us but particularly so for kids on school holidays - no play dates and family adventures can make life pretty dull. Add some vibrant exercise to your daily routine with these virtual workouts and get the kids dancing, saluting the sun and have fun!

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  • Les Mills | Born to Move

    When it comes to learning a whole lot of cool moves from dance, martial arts and yoga these classes are the way to go. Each 20 or 40-minute class is jam-packed with cool music and foundation fitness moves and fun games. This is sure to leave the kids (and parents) feeling great!

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  • Cosmic Kids Yoga

    Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.

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  • Disney Family

    Disney's exciting series features creative Disney workouts and is the perfect way to break a sweat without leaving the comfort of your own home! Featuring Disney classics like Peter Pan and The Incredibles, these family-friendly workouts are so much fun you won’t even realize you’re exercising.

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  • GoNoodle

    Movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts for wherever the kids are!

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  • PE with Joe

    PE with Joe is a really fun way to keep fit with the family with a new workout released daily to keep your kids on their toes.

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  • Union Square Play

    Daily at-home activities (music, movement, yoga classes, and more) for preschoolers and early primary-aged kids, as well as online supportive events for parents/carers.

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Fun at home

Manuela Molina has created a short book that you can download in many languages to support and reassure children under the age of 7 about COVID-19. She encourages families to discuss the full range of emotions arising from the current situation. It is important to point out that this resource does not seek to be a source of scientific information, but rather a tool based on fantasy. Manuela also recommends printing this material so children can draw on it. Remember that emotions are processed through repetitive play and stories read multiple times. 

There are also some really fantastic initiatives popping up on social media, take a peek at New York Times bestselling illustrator Wendy Macnuaghton’s brilliant and quirky drawing classes for kids (and big kids) on her Instagram @wendymac.