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Offering online dance classes for everyone live-streamed from Cambridge, UK. FREE YouTube tutorials for you to enjoy at home.
Forest School, Outdoor Play and Learning. Activities and printable downloads for you to do in the outdoors. With your help, our activity library can grow – sharing & building the benefits of being outdoors.
LTA Youth isn’t just about tennis; it’s about kids developing mentally and physically on and importantly, off the court.
Tennis at Home Exercises – short videos containing tennis exercises.
Activity Cards – fun, simple activities including colouring, word searches and quizzes.
Personal Development Challenges – to explore and develop qualities such as resilience, perseverance, passion and respect.
Learning Activities – tennis-themed school lesson activities including numeracy, literacy, geography and science.
We’ve made these free resources available to support you during this difficult time – we hope you find them helpful. Please adapt them to suit your home environment and the needs of your young people, considering the wider skills each activity is aimed to develop. General physical activity can also provide valuable, fun breaks in the day and support wider learning.
This group will provide free daily workouts with some live workout streams. We will ensure we have lots of family-friendly workouts to keep you all moving.
We have loads of great ideas and resources to help kids and families connect with nature, from simple activities they can do at home or at school, to wild clubs, fun articles and family-friendly reserves and events.
Learn about plant and fungal science from home with our resources. As schools are closed, we’re releasing some of our curriculum-aligned resources designed for KS1 – KS5 to keep pupils on track with their learning.
Are you ready to show us your moves? Come back every morning for a new mission.
With millions of us live streaming Joe Wicks’ workouts, searching for alternative PE lessons on YouTube and creating home curriculum documents has become the norm. To stay fit and healthy, the NHS advises us to do at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week or around 20 to 30 minutes a day, but this may be difficult to achieve while homebound.
In todays class as usual we start with some grounding and deep breathing and an affirmation pledge. Then we meet Arthur bones as we explore our own bones and body with warm ups.