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  • Squatchy Rock

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    Work out and ROCK OUT with Squatchy Berger! And for even more fun rocking and rolling with Squatchy, play the game “Squatchy Berger’s Rock and Roll” on the free GoNoodle Games app available on iOS and Android.

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    Kids can flex their muscles and work out with Squatchy with this activity!

    At-Home Activity Create a rock garden with paints or permanent markers.

  • How To Salute The Sun

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    Learn the sun salutation yoga pose with this how-to video. It’s the perfect way to start your day!

    Featured Printable
    Print out this poster from Childhood101 for more great yoga poses for kids.

    At-Home Activity
    Time to get out of the house! Plan an outdoor day with scooters! Obstacle courses in the house are nice, but obstacle courses outside are even better (and less destructive!) Set up a scooter obstacle course with cones, pillows, or rope outside, then grab your Razor scooter and see who is the fastest in your family! Your next event: the old fashioned game of “Red Light, Green Light.” Designate one person as “the caller.” Use sidewalk chalk to mark a starting line and finish line, then line your scooters up just behind the starting line (with at least 6 feet between them!) The caller calls “Green Light” and all players kick off, stopping only when they hear “Red Light.” Continue until the first rider crosses the finish line (winner!) Check out more ideas at the Razor Parent Blog! [Courtesy of Razor]

  • Banana Banana Albóndiga

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    Canta, baila y practica hacer patrones con esta canción súper funky.
    There are patterns everywhere in this Blazer Fresh video!

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    Haz tus propios patrones con esta actividad.
    Make your own patterns with this activity.

    At-Home Activity
    ¡Da un paseo por la naturaleza! Recoge objetos para crear patrones con cosas de la naturaleza como hojas, palos y piedras.
    Take a pattern nature walk! Collect items from outside to create patterns with things from nature like leaves, sticks, and rocks.

  • Champtastic Disco Brain

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    Throw a disco dance party with this brainy beat!

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    Learn more about the human brain with this worksheet.

    At-Home Activity
    Try any of these fun brain activities and crafts from the crafty classroom.

  • Celebrate The Little Things

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    Take a moment to think about how the positive things you’ve done have made a difference in the world with this mindfulness video.

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    Celebrate your awesomeness with this activity.

    At-Home Activity
    Small acts of kindness matter, especially now. Have your kids celebrate others’ actions. Make thank-you signs to put in a window, or write thank you letters to health care and other frontline workers.

  • Lateral Movements

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    Kickoff some heart-pumping fun with “Lateral Movements,” starring NFL football player, Ryan Kerrigan. This video, created in partnership with NFL PLAY 60 is perfect for getting the whole family physically active while having a blast together! Check out the new NFL PLAY 60 Channel on GoNoodle for more awesome videos, and stay tuned for even more videos in the coming weeks!

    Featured Printable
    Keep moving! Create physical activity goals for the whole family with this guide from NFL PLAY 60

    At-Home Activity
    Get in the game, and create a family team name, cheer, and victory dance! You can choose team colors, and make your own jerseys using spare t-shirts and permanent markers. Don’t forget to give everyone a number!

  • Good Energy Flow

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    Get your good energy flowing as you dance and since with the GoNoodle gang in a GoNoodle hang!

    Featured Printable
    Help kids spread their positivity and think about how they can make other people happy with this worksheet.

    At-Home Activity
    A game of “The Floor is Lava” is a great way to burn off some energy! Have kids spread things like stuffed animals or pillows across the floor, and challenge them to jump from one to the next without touching the floor and falling into the “lava!” If kids do touch the floor, challenge them to keep going to see how far they can get.

  • Indoor Recess: Tennis Balls, Basketballs, and Meatballs

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    Looking for a longer activity that keeps kids busy and moving? Play this Indoor Recess video filled with sports, meatballs, and fun!

    Featured Printable
    Finish the patterns in this worksheet.

    At-Home Activity
    Have recess at home! Make your own hopscotch board, jump rope, or build an obstacle course.

  • Victorious

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    Help kids gain strength and confidence with this empowering exercise.

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    Try spelling out your name, and names of best friends or pets, using American Sign Language.

    At-Home Activity
    Celebrate your family’s victories, big and small. Take turns sharing something you or another family member have accomplished, and don’t forget to cheer for each other!

  • I’m Still Standing

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    Need to let loose? Kickoff a family dance party with this super fun and empowering dance video!

    Featured Printable
    Compare the heights of things when they’re “standing” with this taller/shorter activity.

    At-Home Activity
    Make your own growth chart! (And see how tall your kids are when they’re standing.) Feeling DIY and ambitious? Try this one made of wood, or make one by connecting construction paper and decorating it with drawings, stickers, and whatever art supplies you have!

  • From Mindless to Mindful

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    This calming video is a perfect introduction to mindfulness for the whole family. Try taking some time once a day to tune in to your minds and bodies to give everyone a calming break.

    Featured Printable
    Print out this sheet and try any of the suggested mindfulness activities.

    At-Home Activity
    Take a listening walk as suggested by this article in Parents magazine, which has some other great ideas for mindfulness activities.

  • Poppin’ Bubbles

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    Kids will love (and get a workout from) this upbeat dance video inspired by the Poppin’ Bubbles game in the GoNoodle Games app. Download the GoNoodle Games app for some more fun movement based games!

    Featured Printable
    Even if spring break is (or was) at home this year, kids can still keep track of GoNoodle videos they play, and get some great suggestions!

    At-Home Activity
    Blow and pop some real bubbles outside! And add some new fun to your bubble blowing with any of these awesome suggestions from Care.com.

  • Respiración de Conejito

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    Usa estas sencillas y dulces respiraciones de conejito cuando necesites calmarte. Breathe like a bunny to help your little ones feel cute and calm.

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    ¡Has estas manualidades de conejitos para acompañar el video de Respiración de Conejito, perfecto para Pascua o cualquier día!
    Make your own bunny puppets to go along with a cute bunny song. (Perfect for Easter or any day!)

    At-Home Activity
    ¡Salta como un conejito! ¡Tómense turnos llamando el nombre de diferentes animales y luego muévanse como ellos!
    Hop like a Bunny! Take turns calling out different animals, and then move around like them. Pretend to growl like a bear, creep like a turtle, fly like an eagle, or swim like a fish.

  • Run The Red Carpet

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    Kids will break a sweat and have a blast as they duck, jump, and dodge ridiculous obstacles (and hear some silly jokes), in this workout video.

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    Kids might not be using their lunchboxes these days, but everyone can tell these lunchbox jokes during lunchtime!

    At-Home Activity
    Have a family comedy night! Everyone can share jokes, tell a funny story, make a funny face, do a funny dance- anything to get some laughs and giggles!

  • Yo Uso la Coma

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    ¿Sabes cómo usar una coma? Los chicos de Blazer Fresh te enseñarán. Learn how to use a comma with this dance video.

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    Practica cómo usar la coma un poco más con este ejercicio.
    Review commas some more with this worksheet.

    At-Home Activity
    ¡Búsqueda de un tesoro de comas!
    – Dale a tus niños 2 de sus libros de imágenes favoritas, capítulos de un libro o artículos de una revista para contar cuantas comas encuentran y ver cuál tiene más
    Comma Scavenger Hunts!
    -Give kids 2 of their favorite picture books, chapters from a book, or articles from a magazine to count commas and see which has more!
    -Scan pages from a book, or print out an article from Newsela, and ask kids to circle and count up all the commas!

  • Wake Up!

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    Start your day off, or boost kids’ spirits in the afternoon, with this energizing workout.

    Featured Printable
    Now that school and home are one in the same, these printable schedule cards are perfect for your “home-classroom!”

    At-Home Activity
    Make your own morning routine workout. Different family members can take turns leading each day and choose the exercise, the number of times each exercise is done and, of course, the playlist.

  • How To: Address An Envelope

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    Kids can draw pictures or write notes to friends and family and learn how to address letters with this video! Write a letter a day for a daily activity, or write a bunch at once for a weekly activity. Then, send the letters and wait for a reply!

    Featured Printable
    Kids can use this template to write and mail a thank you letter to someone. A little kindness and thanks can go a long way these days!

    At-Home Activity
    Create and play this Gratitude Game, then create a family gratitude jar.

  • Ligero Como Una Pluma

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    Vamos a respira profundo. This breathing video can help you relax and feel lighter and happier.

    At-Home Activity
    ¡A los niños les encantará este juego estilo ninja usando plumas! Si no tienes plumas, usa pañuelos de papel.
    Kids will love this mindfulness feather ninja game! If you don’t have feathers, use tissues instead.

  • Clean Up!

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    Now that everyone’s home, make clean-up time fun with this motivating clean up song and dance!

    Featured Printable
    Create a chore list with your child with simple tasks they can do and check off every day. And don’t forget to include a reward like a movie night or ice cream party!

    At-Home Activity
    Give kids a clean-up challenge like these:

    -Clean by Color: Call out the colors or shapes of items to be cleaned.
    -Play Freeze Clean! Play and pause music, (just like freeze dance) while kids clean up.

    Get creative with your cleaning! Kids can decorate a broom handle, bucket, or other cleaning supplies with permanent markers and stickers.

  • Unicorn Noodles en Español

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    ¡Listo para despegar en tres, dos, uno! Blast off into space and learn the order of the planets with this upbeat dance video!

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    ¡Aprende más sobre los planetas y dibújalos!
    Learn more about the planets, and use what you learn to draw them!

    At-Home Activity
    Inventa tu propia frase divertida para recordar el orden de los planetas. ¡Escríbela y pídeles a tus hijos que hagan dibujos para recordarlos!
    Make up your own silly sentence to remember the planets. Write it down, and have your child draw pictures to go with it!

  • Take On The Day

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    Start the day by harnessing energy and focus with this energizing breathing video!

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    Kids thrive on routines and are used to them from school. Make a morning routine chart to help kids start their day off right!

    At-Home Activity
    A healthy breakfast is another great way to start the day. Try any of these healthy breakfast recipes your kids will love! Short on time? Make a quick and delicious smoothie!

  • Merequete

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    ¡Crea buena energía con GoNoodle ahora en español! Your family will have a blast together as you move, groove, and merequete with this silly and tricky Spanish video!

    Featured Printable
    ¡Juega cualquiera de estos juegos para aprender las partes del cuerpo en español!
    Play any of these games to learn about body parts in Spanish!

    At-Home Activity
    ¡Practica el equilibrio! Usa animalitos de peluche, bloques grandes o almohadas para crear una barra de equilibrio para que los niños crucen.
    Practice balancing! Use stuffed animals, large blocks, or pillows to create a balance beam for kids to walk across.

  • Lunch

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    Lunchtime getting a little hectic? Take a break, have some fun, and start lunchtime off with this super fresh dance video! Many kids love this video from school, and you may even get some menu ideas!

    Printable Activity: Lunch Time: Fill Your Plate! Help kids understand what a balanced, healthy meal is as they draw their own! You can even use this activity as an inspiration for meal planning and menus.

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Healthy Food Scavenger Hunt: Ask kids to use this sheet (from the printable above) to find as many of the listed foods as they can in your kitchen.
    • • Make a Menu! Just because you can’t go to a restaurant doesn’t mean you can’t have some fine dining. Kids can help set the table nicely and make decorative menus for dinner.
  • Wash Your Hands

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    Moose Fabio has some a-moose-ing tips about handwashing and keeping clean in this healthy tips video!

    Printable Activity: The Water Cycle: Draw it Out! We can’t wash our hands without water! Learn about the Water Cycle with this video and then draw it with this activity.

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Make a Sign for the Times! Kids can make signs to hang up by sinks to remind everyone to wash their hands for 20 seconds.
    • • Make Handwashing Fun! Have kids decorate soap bottles with craft supplies or permanent markers.
    • • Water Fun! Try any of these water-inspired crafts.
  • Bring It Down

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    Things are bound to get tense at times, and this relaxing video is a great way for the whole family to relieve tension and deflate stressful moments.

    Printable Activity: This Color by Number Balloon Sheet from our friends at LeapFrog is great for younger kids learning their numbers.

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    Got any spare balloons around? Try these activities:

    • • Play the classic balloon game, trying to keep the balloon in the air as long as possible! Play as a family, or kids can play alone, counting how many times they hit the balloon and trying to beat their record score.
    • • Create a Balloon City! Learn how to make balloon dogs with this video from our How To! channel and make some balloon people using these instructions.

    No Balloons Around? Try this:

    • • Kids can draw, decorate, and color in their own balloons on paper. They can then cut out the balloons, tape strings to them, and hang them up on the wall!
  • Jump, Squat, Turn Around

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    Need a quick cardio workout? Challenge your brain and body with this workout video starring tennis superstar, Madison Keys!

    Printable Activity: Learn More About Madison Keys! Teach kids more about Madison Keys with these 5 facts and ask them to write down at least 5 cool facts about themselves!

    Related At-Home Activities:
    Make a Tennis Ball Baby Chick! If you don’t have a tennis ball, you can use any small ball to make some cute creatures.

  • Stop the Spread of Germs

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    Stay fresh and germ-free with this quick tip from Arnstar of Blazer Fresh!

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    With GoNoodle, even sneezing can be fun! Kids can decorate a tissue box with art supplies, wrapping paper, or they can color and decorate paper and wrap it around the box!

  • Melting

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    Feeling cooped up, antsy, or a little wired? Try this calming mindfulness video to melt away those icky feelings.

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    You can always melt away icky feelings with… an ICE CREAM PARTY! Make your own Ice Cream with this How-to Video. Kids can also draw a picture of a sundae or make ice cream sundaes with ice cream you already have!

  • Banana Banana Meatball

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    Sing, dance, and make some wacky patterns with this hit Blazer Fresh math video!

    Printable Activity: Make Your Own Patterns
    Cut out or draw objects to make your own patterns! And check out the Meow Moo Moo video for some more hilarious and fun patterns.

    Related At-Home Activities:
    Make patterns with objects you have at home like blocks, toy cars, or stickers! Create different pattern challenges for your kids like: “Make the longest patterns you can,” or “Create a pattern with three different colors.”

  • Strengthen Your Focus

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    When you’re home all day, it can definitely be hard to focus! Kids can learn to feel calm and focused with this empowering yoga video, perfect for in-between activities or before a virtual or at-home lesson.

    Related At-Home Activities:
    Make your own green dot! Have your child draw and color in a simple object in the center of a piece of paper. Hang it up somewhere where your child can reach and see it at eye level so they can practice focusing on their own.

  • Peanut Butter in a Cup

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    This super fun confidence booster is perfect for starting the day or lifting spirits when you’ve hit a slump. It will definitely get everyone pumped up! (Even when it’s been a long morning, afternoon, day, or week… )

    Printable Activity: Peanut Butter in a Cup: Left and Right
    This is a perfect activity for kids to do with a sibling, babysitter, or family member! For some great bonding time, older siblings can help younger siblings learn their left and right.

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • Play a family version of this song and dance with your own family members’ names.
    • You know what’s better than peanut butter in a cup? Nut butter and Jelly Tacos! Learn how to make them with this How-to video!
    • Talk about and write a list of different things you can do or say when you think “You just can’t” do something. Here are some tips for inspiration.
  • Footloose

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    There’s nothing like a throwback dance party for some much-needed fun any time of day!

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    Who knew kids could learn so much with some pairs of shoes? Collect some shoes from different family members and give your kids any of these challenges:

    • • Put the shoes in size order from smallest to largest.
    • • Mix up the shoes, so kids can match up pairs as fast as they can!
    • • Build a tower of shoes! Challenge kids to see how high they can build a “shoe tower” before it falls. Measure or count the shoes in the tower to add some math!
    • • Sort shoes by color, type, or owners.
  • How to Make a Time Capsule

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    Look for an enriching activity to keep busy and engaged? Kids can learn how to make a time capsule with items and mementos from around your home. You can even make one too to help your kids learn about your life and past! And check out GoNoodle’s How To! Channel to learn how to do tons of stuff!

    Printable Activity: How to ____ !
    Your kids can be the experts as they create their own “How-to” by writing out the steps and drawing pictures to teach family members how to do something!

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Make a home museum! Since not everything goes in a time capsule, kids (and grown-ups too!) can collect objects that are important to them and put them on display in a room or throughout your home. Kids can give a tour of the museum, explaining what the object is and why it is important. They can even write out a few sentences about each object and put it with the object just like in a real museum! Check out some pictures online or take a virtual tour of a famous museum for some inspiration.
    • • Have a Family How-to Talent Show! Each family member can fill out their own how-to sheet and teach the rest of the family how to do that thing!
  • Guacamole

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    Sing, dance, and celebrate the awesomeness of Guacamole, all while your kids learn how many days are in each month of the year!

    Printable Activity: Best Tees Extra/Download Pack
    This Best Tees packet includes coloring sheets, selfie props, and an activity for kids to set some goals so they can be their best while they’re home from school.

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • You guessed it- make some guacamole! Check out this easy recipe.
    • • Using a calendar you can print out or one you already have, kids can mark off family members’ and friends’ birthdays and other important dates, events, and milestones that are coming up or have already passed.
  • Go With the Flow

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    Changes and disruptions in your usual routines can be hard for everyone, and especially kids. This calming video encourages kids to set intentions to be flexible, accept change, and go with the flow. Try this video if kids are having a particularly hard time or at the start of the day.

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Go for a calming walk to take some time to enjoy nature and appreciate the quiet time.
    • • If you can’t get outside, encourage your child to make their own waterfall; they can draw it, paint it, cut out pictures to make a collage, or make a 3D one using clay, pipe cleaners, or other materials you may have.
  • Don't Read Like A Robot!

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    Practicing reading with expression is important for kids of all ages! Use this video before your kids start reading or for just a fun reading activity.

    Printable Activity: Read and Write With Expression!
    Kids can write sentences and then practice reading them with expression. You can even read the sentences too!

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • There’s nothing better than some quiet reading time. Kids can collect pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, and a lamp to create a cozy reading nook. Or just find a comfy spot to read out loud with your child. No matter how old they are, they will love being read to (and reading to you!). And of course, don’t forget to read with expression!
    • • Perform as you read! Take a favorite book (or a few pages of one) and see who can read it with the most expression. Video-chat with a family member or friend to share.
  • A Moose Ta Cha

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    Need time for some family fun and to get the wiggles out? The whole family will have a blast following the silly movements in this video, perfect for a break during the day.

    Printable Activity: Body Facts and Movements
    Get kids moving as they learn about different body parts!

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Play a game of Simon Says to move more with your body! (Make sure everyone gets a chance to be Simon!)
    • • Kids can learn more about the human body! Depending on your child’s age and abilities, have them independently research or work with them together to create a poster of at least 5 cool facts about the human body by looking in books, or online (with guidance!).
  • Bubble Breath

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    Take some quiet time to blow some calming Bubble Breaths before bed or whenever anyone needs a moment to de-stress and relieve anxiety.

    Printable Activity: Take a Breath!
    For some more breathing tips, check out the “Take a Breath” video and these tips for breathing. Kids can reflect on when they can use deep breathing and hang this sign up as a reminder to just… BREATHE!

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Kids can make their own breathing tips poster to hang around the house. We could all use a little reminder to stay calm and breathe away stress!
    • • Make your own bubble wand and or bubble soap! Or just blow some bubbles you already have
  • Raise the Roof

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    Let loose, get a fun workout, and break up the day with some wacky moves as you roll meatballs, smush bugs, and chop gigantic pickles!

    Printable Activity: Raise the Roof: Adverbs!
    Review and act out adverbs with this literacy activity!

    Related At-Home Activities:

    • • Learn more about adverbs with movement and fun!
    • • Kids can come up with their own list of adverbs or use this one for inspiration. Call out adverbs from the list for everyone to act out!
  • Are You More Like Sand or Dirt ?

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    Play this bonding game as a family when you need a break to laugh and move together!

    Printable Activity: In the News: Student Interview
    You never know what other new things you might learn about someone! Kids can use these interview questions to “interview” a family member or friend in person or on the phone or video chat.

    Related At-Home Activities:
    Make up your own versions of Are You More Like… Kids can come up with a list of 5-10 items for this game and call them out as you play!

  • High Velocity

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    Looking for a longer, hardcore workout the whole family can do? This intense Fresh Start Fitness cardio video is for kids of all ages! Don’t forget to take breaks and drink water.

    Printable Activity: GoNoodling Brain Color-by-Number
    Show kids how important exercise is for their brain with this color-by-number sheet.

    Related At-Home Activities:
    Kids can make up their own exercise routine! Have them write down or draw 5-10 exercises or stretches. Kids can lead the routine doing the exercise 10 times each and teach everyone like an exercise class, or you can do it together. You can even record your routine and do it again another time!

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