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Day 04

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Pre-Movement Challenge

To the song Bring Sally Up, perform planks. On the lyrics “Bring Sally Up” go up into a plank hold. On the lyrics “Bring Sally Down” rest. Continue for as long as you can. You can substitute squats or burpees for added challenge!


Set out a tray of about 10 random items from around your home.

Give your child 1:00 to study the tray. Then, have them perform ONE round of the workout. While they are not looking, remove 1-2 items from the tray and have them tell you what is missing after each round of the workout.

Continue this for 10:00.


2 Wall Walks (Place your hands on the floor and walk your feet up the wall)
4 Burpees
6 Lunges
8 Side to Side hops
10 Jumping Jacks

Day 03

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Day 3

Pre-Movement Practice
Inch Worm
-Hands start on the ground near your feet, walk your hands out to full plank, hold for 10s, then walk your feet in to meet your hands. Continue that movement across the room for 3 minutes. Remember your hands and feet do not move at the same time. This movement is a cognitive challenge of its own for younger children!

Then, read the following paragraph out loud or have your child read it independently. Immediately after reading, perform the workout. After the workout, ask your child the True/False questions regarding the story you just read.
5 rounds:
5 squats
5 sit ups
5 push ups
20 second plank


Day 01 !

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Pre-Movement Practice
Crossing the Midline
-Stand up tall like a star
-cross your body to touch you opposite toe. Keep your legs as straight as you can
-Return to a tall star
Repeat 10x


Set a timer for 6:00

For 6:00, rotate through the following exercises:

10 jumping jacks
10 long jumps
10 arm circles
10 push ups
1 Category question

Category Questions:

Write three words in each category (or help you child read and write their answers)

What can you use water for?
Words that begin with -sun
Things with a screen
Kinds of trees
Things in the bathroom
Circular things
What can you do to your hair
Types of transportation




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Set up an obstacle course that includes:

At the beginning of the obstacle course have a list of 5-15 words depending on the age group. Have a white board or piece of paper at the end of the course. They take 30s memorizing the words, run through the obstacle course and write down or recite as many words as they can recall.


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As many rounds as possible of:

10 Skaters
10 leg lifts over an objects
10 knees to elbows (scale to candlesticks)

Then Odd or Even Tic Tac Toe

This game is played with the same objective as Tic Tac Toe.
One player is Even. So they get 0,2,4,6,8
One player is Odd. So they get 1,3,5,7,9

Players alternate turns placing numbers in the squares to get a sum of 13. You may get a sum of 13 horizontally, vertically or diagonally and you may use the same number more than once.


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AMRAP 8:00
16 walking lunges
50m sprint
50m back pedal

In the picture attached below, travel from start to finish along the lines to get the largest total at the bottom. Complete the operation given on each line. Keep a running total. Do not travel over a line more than once. Try a couple different paths to see what total you can get. This is a great group activity. Challenge the participants to find the largest total.