Children love to move—anywhere, anytime! Being active together helps channel kids’ natural energy and keeps them healthy and strong.
Move Your Body
There are so many different ways to move. Try dancing along with Grover!
Kids don’t need a big outdoor space to move their bodies. You can get moving anywhere, any time.
Get your groove on–do the dance moves on these cards!
Grover’s Playground Workout
Screen time can also be healthy movement time!
Do the Freeze Dance!
Move your body to these drum beats and freeze when you hear “STOP!”
Get Moving Anywhere, Anytime!
Get children moving…anytime, anywhere!
Play this call-and-response game and then fill in the blanks to make your own version.
A webinar that helps you get creative and make a plan to level-up the potential for learning in your space.
Find resources, activities, and videos to help you and your family get moving.
Out and About, Safely
Movement can help us calm down, relieve stress, build focus, and boost our brains!
Move Along With Elmo
A bundle of resources to help families stay active and healthy at home.
Ways to get kids moving.
Move and Learn Together: Movement for Literacy
An interactive webinar experience where providers and kids can move together and learn all about literacy!
Move It Out
Physical movement is a great way to relieve stress and have fun.
Move it Out
When kids are too young to have words easily available, there’s a first step to helping kids begin talk about their feelings.
Exploring and Learning
Exploring the world around them helps kids learn new skills.
Move & Learn Together: Movement for Healthy Bodies
Put on your sneakers and invite the kids you care for to move and learn with you by moving and shaking for healthy bodies and minds!
Use yoga to get kids stretching and moving!
See more resources for parents, caregivers, and providers.
How to Stay Healthy
Simple routines like washing hands, covering up against mosquitos, and booking doctor appointments can help keep kids happy and healthy.
Learning Through Routines
Ordinary moments such as getting dressed, preparing meals, cleaning up, or bedtime offer opportunities to build math, language, and other skills that prepare kids for school.
Learning Through Play
Did you know there is a relationship between play and learning? Children love to play and, as they do, they’re exploring the world around them, building self-confidence, and practicing important skills crucial to brain development.