5 Fun Fitness Kids Activities for Easter.

Lifestyle Hack: Start Integrating These 5 Fun Fitness Activities for Kids Now!

The Easter weekend is almost in full swing, and yes, children have spent an awful lot of time sitting in class lately trying to catch up on what they’ve missed these last two years with Covid-19 and all… They deserve a break, but let’s face it, they can’t be plopped in front of the TV the whole time.

Kids should be practising healthy habits too, and besides eating their broccoli, flossing their teeth, and going to bed on time, physical activity should be an integral part of their lifestyles. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves – everything below won’t necessarily be possible to just weave into everyday habits; it’ll take time – so let’s start with one or two, shall we?

Fitness Bingo

The kids will enjoy this, especially when mom and dad participate (showing them how to and encouraging them to try out new and different things). Download everything you need and need to know about fitness bingo right here! Once you’re done with the initial set-up, the rest is easy and runs itself.

Family Walks

Whether you’re spending time at home or have travelled out of town for the weekend, build a family walk into your daily schedule. It’s your family’s choice if they’d rather want to do morning walks to grab a quick breakfast or coffee around the corner or evening walks for ice cream (somehow, you have to bribe them!). Encourage your children to hop onto their bikes and show you the way or if all is walking, make a game out of it and see who can run the fastest up and down a short flight of stairs.

Shake Those Biscuits

Crank up the music and boogie down with your little ones! Move everything out of the way, let your kiddos select the tunes and take turns with a flashlight to create a strobe light or lava lamps for a more disco-y vibe. Don’t stop until everyone’s chosen song has played through, and you’ll see how easy it is to dance for 3 hours straight.

Scavenge This Easter

We’re not just talking about the traditional Easter egg hunt, but hiding themed items all over every other night or day for the kids to race and find clues as well as the actual items. You could include requirements they have to action, for example, do 5 cartwheels before receiving the next clue – the fun part about scavenger hunts is that you, the parents, choose how long or short and sweet this activity will be…

Draw A Maze On The Driveway

No matter where you are, there should be a driveway or some sort of concrete floor where you can draw a maze with chalk and work in some fitness activities – ensure it’s detailed! Then encourage the tiny humans to race through it! You can even change it up every two to three days – this is a great activity to improve fitness, creativity, and mental health.

Exercises don’t have to be boring or feel like exercises, for that matter. Start implementing these ideas, and when you’re done with these, then research some other. If you think that they’re silly… don’t because you’re laying the groundwork for a healthy, happy life!


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