A burst of morning movement can set your child up for a productive day.
Making your mornings physically active can be mutually beneficial for both children and their families whilst we’re staying at home. We at Progressive Sports South Glos and Bristol have compiled useful links and resources to help parents and carers to, wake up, rise and shine with morning motivation!
Active Kids Do Better
Plenty of family-friendly activities to begin moving together, suitable for limited spaces like your living room or garden.
BBC Super Movers
Famous faces from the worlds of football, children’s television and music feature in Super Movers. This video resource is designed to encourage children to move, activate their minds and enjoy learning.
Lots of great indoor children’s activities and games for them to play so they can still get the morning motivation they need even when they cannot get outside.
The easiest way to access Cosmic Kids is to subscribe to their YouTube channel! They put all their videos on there. It’s free and always will be.
Resources for children to try new activities and active games, practise their coordination and balance, and get creative with their movements.
GoNoodle gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. Every dance party, yoga session, mindfulness activity, and game session is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best.
Start your day feeling on top of the world with this 5-minute bedroom workout combining strength and flexibility exercises. This routine includes some gentle in-bed tension-releasing stretches and finishes with a series of energising power moves.
Progressive Sports South Glos & Bristol
Tune in to the Progressive Sports YouTube channel and take part in daily skill challenges using various household equipment. Don’t forget to give the videos a like and subscribe to the channel.
The Body Coach
A free workout aimed at children streamed LIVE on Joe’s YouTube channel. No equipment is needed, just tune in to Joe’s YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout.
This Girl Can
This girl can have teamed up with Disney to create interactive dance routines to help you get active with your children.