Staying active at home
Lots of different activities can count towards children's daily physical activity total and one of the best environments for children to be active is at home.
It is important to remember that children are more likely to do physical activities if they see others doing so. You can encourage children to take part in activities by getting involved yourself.
In this section you'll find different activity ideas with apps and videos.
Early Years Apps
Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed especially for kids aged 3+. Cosmic Kids is used in schools and homes all over the world.
Hopster is a kids' TV app, with learning games for kids, as well as great pre-school, pre school, or preschool books and fun music.
Montessori Preschool covers phonics, reading, writing, numbers, colours, shapes, nursery rhymes, colouring and even coding!
Change4Life and Disney have teamed up again to bring you new Shake Up games inspired by Disney to keep the little ones active at home!
Hungry Caterpillar Play School develops the key skills children need to get ahead on a lifelong journey of learning.
World of Peppa Pig app offers your family a safe and ad-free environment, filled with lots of learning and fun!
Let your children play and enjoy a fun learning experience with their favourite CBeebies characters.
Videos to get you active at home
Interactive floor and tummy time is important to make neck and shoulder muscles stronger so your infant can start to sit up, crawl and walk.
Fitting the pieces in to a jigsaw provide physical and problem solving skills whilst learning patience and reward when they complete it.
Drawing and wand play
Let your toddler get creative with drawing, wand play and scribbling on walls and slabs with chalk!
Kimble's Music & Movement & Funky Feet Music
Down at the bottom
Have you ridden
Wash your hands
Make Your Move Activity Flyer Under 5s (PDF, 1.5 Mb)
Our Make your Move flyer provides handy activity ideas, top tips and guidance on how active your little one should be.