Other activities and ideas
Ukualiens Ukulele play along videos featuring chord diagrams, lyrics and suggested strum patterns.
Web games for children with ASD A website with simple games designed to help children and adults with ASD with life skills.
Mindfulness and keeping active
Les Mills workouts (movement) for kids Born To Move will also be OnDemand during this time for Children.
Go Noodle ‘Brainercise’, dancing, strength and mindfulness videos. Also on YouTube.
What’s your name?
Spell your name out and do the activities. Set a timer for 10 minutes and see how many rounds you can get through!
Get your parents, caregivers, brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles to get involved too! How many rounds can you do? Can you beat them?
A: Spin around in a circle 5 times
B: Hop on one foot and then on the other 5 times
C: Jump up and down 5 times
D: Run to the nearest door and back
E: 2 cartwheels
F: 10 jumping jacks
G: 10 cartwheels
H: Balance on one foot for 20 seconds
I: Jump up and down 20 times
J: Hop on one foot to the nearest door
K: Do 10 burpees
L: Pretend to jump rope for 30 seconds
M: Do 2 cartwheels
N: Walk backwards 20 steps
O: Do the grapevine
P: Pick up a ball without using your hands
Q: Crab walk 10 steps forward and 10 back
R: Touch your toes without bending your knees for 10 seconds
T: Lie on your back and pretend to ride a bike for 30 seconds
U: Flap your arms like a bird for 30 seconds
V: Do 5 burpees
W: Crawl like a bear
X: Do 10 push-ups
Y: Gallop around the room
Z: Do 25-star jumps
Here you will find more Home Learning resources for children in New Zealand. They should help teachers and parents with distance learning needs due to the Coronavirus outbreak. They are totally free to use during these NZ school closures. Includes making your own home timetable.
Art for Kids Hub - Youtube channel
Guided drawing 50 online art and music resources to help kids learn and create from home.
Fantail Books Downloadable colouring books FREE for a limited time… During the current lock-down keeping kids entertained may be a bit easier! They will come down as a PDF, so either print at home or import to a drawing programme on a tablet