5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Active at Home
Self isolation at home can be a tricky balance for both parents and kids. Juggling home schooling with working from home, incorporating downtime whilst being restricted to the home is a common theme across many households. On top of this, making sure the kids stay active and not bound to the couch is another issue that many parents are facing.
Here are 5 free, fun and engaging ways to get your kids moving without leaving the house:
Virtual P.E. Class
P.E. with Joe is hugely popular with the kids. Each day Fitness coach Joe Wicks uploads a new P.E. class via YouTube which will get your kids running, jumping and stretching all from your lounge room.
To access P.E. with Joe visit here
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Yoga instructor Jaime incorporates kids yoga, mindfulness and relaxation techniques wrapped up in a fun, story-telling adventure. Each yoga session is themed (think Trolls, Harry Potter and Frozen!) with your child stretching, deep breathing and practicing mindfulness along the way.
Check out Cosmic Kids Yoga here
Youth Online Exercise Classes
Canberra PCYC offer free live streamed exercise classes run by local youth workers. It’s a great way to connect with other youths in the community, exercise and have some fun from home!
For the latest timetable visit here
Kidz Bop Dance Break
Your kids can dance along to the latest soundtracks and learn a few new moves along the way. They’ll be creating their own music video in no time!
To visit Kidz Bop Dance Break click here
Super Hero Fitness Classes
Personal Trainer and Fitness Coach Glenn Higgins has created workout videos for your kids with a superhero theme for each session. Your kids will be getting fit whilst being a Jedi one day and then one of their favourite Avengers characters the next.
To access the Super Hero workouts visit here