Joe Wicks - The Body CoachJoe Wicks has lots of content of 'Kids Workouts to do at home' on his YouTube Channel. He is also planning to host LIVE PE lessons every weekday at 9am. Get moving everyone!!
Hungry Little MindsThe government have created a campaign to support parents with simple ideas to use with their children aged 0-5 years. You can also find the learning apps that the government have recommended for use with younger children.
Cosmic YogaTake a mindfulness moment with Cosmic Kids Yoga. There are sessions based on stories, themes and characters that your children know and love to help them engage and enjoy themselves.
Busy ThingsThis website offers learning activities covering the curriculum. It has activities to cover the different Key Stage age groups (EYFS: 3-5 years, Key Stage 1: 5-7 years and Key Stage 2: 7 - 11 years). You are able to sign up for a 7 day free trial to see if you like the content and after that there is a special offer if you choose to sign up of £1 per month for access for up to 5 children. Having used an earlier version of the companies software many years ago I can definitely recommend the Early Years materials. Enjoy!
CBeebies Andy's Wild Workouts on BBC iPlayerAndy (from CBeebies programes such as Andy's Safari Adventures) has made a series of 'Wild Workouts' for children to join in with. If you haven't used iPlayer before, you will need to register to create an account.
Funky Feet MusicChildren's music to sing, dance and join in with. There's lots of videos to choose from!