Keep active in your home by trying out some of our Twilight Games Resources!

Our Twilight activity plans provide a great alternative to traditional home exercise routines. Don't worry if you don't have equipment, you can often use items around the home to make your own. We've provided suggestions for each activity to give you ideas on how to do exactly that.

What's more, the sessions can be printed for easy reference or to share with family and friends.

Find out more about what our Twilight Games programme is

Twilight Games instructions on how to play Target Alley

Twilight Games instructions on how to play Target Bean Bags

Twilight Games instructions on how to play Sitting Volleyball

Twilight Games instructions on how to play Boccia

Twilight Games instructions on how to play Audio Basketball

Adapted Home Versions of the Twilight Games Activities

Twilight Games Activities

No skittles required, any empty plastic bottles will do... just put some sand, pebbles, or rice in them to weigh the them down a little. Line them up and use whatever ball you have to knock them down.

Instead of using a Boccia set, you can use any type of ball you have and they don't have to be different colours – just remember which was you yours. The heavier the ball (like a rubber one) the better so it rolls slower. You can use anything as a hoop or a Jack ball – a piece of paper or string, a tin of beans… anything will do.

Don't worry about equipment. You can use any type of ball in this game, or even a scrunched up piece of paper. If you're struggling to find a basket you could use a hat or large plastic bowl, they're just as good.

A really easy game to play alone or with family and friends. If you don't have any equipment simply write numbers on pieces of paper and use those as targets. Any small ball will do, or use screwed up paper if needed.

If you don't have dice you can write numbers on paper and draw them from a hat. If star jumps too difficult you can choose other exercises such as walking a length of the room or straightening your legs while sat in a chair.


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