Resources to Get Kids Moving at Home

Parents and caregivers want the best for their kids and that includes ensuring they get the physical activity they need to thrive today while building a foundation for a healthy and active future.

Active Schools works year-round to help schools provide their students with equitable access to 60 minutes of physical activity and play every day. But we work beyond that to help provide as many movement opportunities as possible, including at home.

Our collective impact partners provide great resources to help your family stay active at home and in the community. Check them out and get moving!

300+ GoNoodle 2-5 Minute Videos for Kids 4-10 Years Old

Provide your kids with active screen time. GoNoodle gets kids moving to fun, engaging content. Every dance party, yoga session, and mindfulness activity is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best.

100+ UNICEF Kid Power Up 3-5 Minute Videos for Kids in Grades PK-8

Free, interactive videos that give students the power to save lives globally & give back locally. When kids get active with UNICEF Kid Power, they unlock lifesaving therapeutic food that UNICEF delivers to severely malnourished children. The more kids dance and move, the more lives they save.

50+ Activity Works 1-12 Minute Videos for Kids 4-10 Years Old

Experience the joy of learning while moving with Activity Works, which provides academic content and supports whole child health. Click the Free SIgn Up button.

28 H.Y.P.E. The Breaks and H.Y.P.E Breaking It Down 2, 6 and 10 Minute Videos for Kids of All Ages Created by Hip Hop Public Health

Innovative hip-hop dance breaks designed to energize, invigorate and motivate youth to move more each day, and have fun while doing it. H.Y.P.E. = Helping Young People Energize!

9 Fitbound Inclusive 2-8 Minute Videos for Kids Ages 7 & Up

Short inclusion exercise videos that represent individuals with and without disabilities. Fitbound’s short activity bursts instill good physical fitness habits, improve cognitive function and help break down barriers for individuals with disabilities.

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