Click on the following links
Stretches - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8u1DigGn1E&feature=youtu.be
Conditioning - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i6BDGuNoMM&feature=youtu.be
Breathing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3_GGdPfG0Y&feature=youtu.be
Your Way to Healthy Cvan 5K Static Stretches
Your Way to Healthy Cavan 5K Dynamic Stretches
Becoming more active doesn’t have to mean organised sports, it can be fun activities and games that can be done on your own or with all the family.
Introducing your kids to games that you played when you were their age is a great way for everyone to get moving and active.
SPORT IRELAND NATIONAL BEACTIVE DAY - Sunday 28th June. International guidelines recommend children are active for at least 60 minutes a day and adults for 30 minutes a day
National BeActive Day is a fun and inclusive way of getting in your daily physical activity.
For more information on the home sports day visit https://www.sportireland.ie/participation/beactive-day
LETS PLAY IRELAND - Excellent resource from Dept of Children & Youth Affairs - Click here for more details
NATURE ON YOUR DOORSTEP: When you out walking with your family try to locate as many as the following leaves as possible using our Leaf Identification Challenge Resource, Click here for more details
Here are 4 workouts from Physio Therapy Department in the Child Development Team for Cavan/Monaghan. The workouts target
FREE 5-week (0 to 3k) Walk to Jog Programme designed to help complete beginner, increase walking fitness and progress to jogging - Full Details Click Here
Cavan Sports Partnership is dedicated to keeping the children of Cavan fit & healthy and so we have designed an ‘Explore Cavan Challenge’ so pupils can have fun, run and learn about their county.
Pupils will virtually explore as many of Cavan's towns and hills as they possibly can by accumulating their steps (walking, jogging or running) within the 5k radius and skipping, jumping jacks or mountain climbs to accumulate the metres and reach the top of those hills.
All participating schools will be offered a FREE fun physical activity session in the new school year.
To register your school contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To download Pupils Explore Cavan Record Card, click here
Safefood EU – All games like hopscotch, kerbs kick the can, Simon says and many more CLICK HERE
Minister Zappone launches suite of resources for children and parents
The new online resource for parents, entitled Parents Centre on gov.ie will provide additional support for parents and their families during this difficult time. Parents Centre contains information for parents and provides links to a wide range of trusted and high quality online resources including learning, parenting and information on supports for parents. It is easy to navigate and will help parents access the information and support they need quickly. It will be updated as new resources and information for parents are developed.
Minister Zappone also launched an initiative for children- Let’s Play Ireland - a gov.ie resource to support children and young people’s play during this time.
Let’s Play Ireland is an online portal on Gov.ie, providing access to a range of play resources for children. The Department of Children and Youth Affairs has worked with key experts across various sectors, Early Years, Education, Health, Local Authorities, Academic Partners in UCC and Mary Immaculate College, Creative Ireland, Tusla and others, in order to develop this resource.
Active HOME Week (April 27th – May 3rd)
National ‘Active SCHOOL Week’ takes place every April and is a really enjoyable part of the school year for many children. This year, because of COVID-19, it is not possible for this to go ahead as normal, so families are invited to participate in the ‘Active HOME Week‘ challenge instead. To find out more CLICK HERE
CYPSC Olympic Challenge
Its hoping to bring an element of fun and laughter, visit https://www.facebook.com/CYPSCCavan/ to find out more
The Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) has developed a number of resources to support play in a playground or school setting.
Active playground was developed by get Ireland Active to increase play and physical activity during school break times. Time to get busy with chalk markings on your driveway or patio, as most of the games can be developed at home. Click here
Active School flag
Get active in the classroom: activities that could be used indoor or outside https://activeschoolflag.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Get-Active-in-the-Classroom%E2%80%99-IDEAS-Booklet-HSE.pdf
Get moving with some of these free exercise workouts