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14 Fun Activities for an Active Family. Fitness. 2015-08-07 | By: Snap Fitness August is National Family Fun Month! For some of us, it may be the last month of summer vacation and the final opportunity to enjoy the warm weather. It’s time to tackle the great outdoors with your loved ones!

Below is a list of family-friendly activities that. Filed Under: Fall Seasonal Activities, Outdoor Family Activities, Seasonal Activities, Spring Seasonal Activities, Summer Seasonal Activities Tagged With: family activities, outdoor fun About Nicky Nicky Omohundro is a travel and active family lifestyle blogger and social media influencer based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The key to an active family is finding fun things to do in every season.

Aim for a goal of 30 minutes for adults and 60 minutes for kids of moderate activity daily — no matter the weather! Winter Workouts. Once the weather turns cold, snow and ice can make jogging and cycling difficult — and even unsafe!

Family Games. Another great way to be active with your children is to play games. Taking part in activities like these make you a good role model for your child: play hide and seek, tag, charades, “Simon says”, or look online for a new game ; make a family scavenger hunt; organize neighbourhood games and play parents against children.

The entire clan can participate in these fun family games. Collect burlap sacks, create a start and finish line, and have an old-fashioned sack race. Or divide the family.

ACTIVE is the leader in online event registrations from 5k running races and marathons to softball leagues and local events. ACTIVE also makes it easy to learn and prepare for all the things you love to do with expert resources, training plans and fitness calculators. These fun, fast-paced games are easily adaptable for kids of different ages and skill levels. From scavenger hunts to a water balloon toss, they’re a ton of fun and perfect for the backyard.

You can also take these ideas and challenge yourself to invent a. Family-Friendly Activities. Kids of all ages will love these challenges. Combine multiple ideas for the ultimate family fun night. For Families with Young Children (3-10 year olds) Ultimate Kid-Friendly Restaurant Set up a restaurant in your home, and make teams for menu creation, wait staff and cooking crew.

Parents can supervise, and at the. My kids are definitely active kids. They rarely just sit to do activities, so we include a lot of movement in our activities. Lately, we’ve been doing a lot of gross motor activities that involve learning for the Move & Learn series, but what about just to get them moving just to have fun? These activities are the ones that the kids giggle during the most, the ones that they want to do.

Uno is a thoroughly entertaining family activity game which is great for all ages. Parents and kids alike will have fun playing it. We’re assuming you know how to play this awesome family game, but in case you don’t, we’ll leave it to the original creators to explain the rules of this family-friendly card game.

Fun Board Games for the Famil.

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Active play—biking, in-line skating, playing tag, jump-roping, swimming, or tossing a Frisbee, among others—can offer enough exercise for most children.

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A good way to start is to encourage activities such as games, walks after dinner, bike rides, hikes, swimming, and volleyball that can be enjoyed by the whole family (Figure 15.17).

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Appropriate activities during the school-age years include running, jumping rope, swimming, roller skating, ice skating, dancing, and bicycle riding.

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Present your family with the list of activities above and let each family member take turns choosing your activity for the day or week.

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Examples include family outings (such as camping, fishing, and biking trips), family exercise sessions (such as walks and hikes), and family activity nights (such as bowling or skating night).

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I Have the caregivers list and regularly take part in physical activities they enjoy, such as walking or swimming.

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Swim, ski, snowshoe, or play physically active games and sports with friends and other families in the neighborhood, possibly creating some friendly competitions.

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  • What do you do to keep your kids active at home? Leave me a comment down below as we grow this list of ideas together! Thanks for watching.

  • Whatever makes you suggest that your dance moves aren’t ‘commentable’. You’re all there Jared and along with those adorable kids great fun to watch! Keep practicing those moves and maybe one day you’ll find yourself doing a dance-fitness type of. video. Be assured I’ll be the first one following your steps!!

  • hey! inam following ur videos regularly…I am frm india…I make tent house out of bedsheets kn different rooms of our house for them.and each tent is a sperate learni g center for them like painting n cooking without fire….

  • Love them! Thanks for sharing. You make me feel that online teaching can be so much more fun than physical teaching in class. We would not do these in a regular class time!

  • Thanks for your great tips Jared. We live just outside London. Yesterday it was actually Sunny so we got outside and did some Hula Hooping races ( where the hoop spins round one foot as you run ). It was great fun. Plus neck, arm and waist Hulas, of course. I think it provided some hysterical entertainment for the neighbours who were watching form their confined spaces �� oh we also did cartwheels! Quoits is fun too!

  • Occurs to me also that treasure hunting is a win. I bury stuff, they dig it up in the sandbox. We ‘pan for diamonds’ with the garden hose. And I wish we had a metal detector.

  • I’m concerned by the cartoonish portrayal of (what I assume is meant to be) a Native American man at 0:41. The image plays up racist stereotypes of Native Americans (angry, big nose, etc.) I’m wondering how it would feel to any Native American children who might view this video?

  • EXCELLENT GUIDELINE
    Wearing of paper mask having eye cutting spaces, through which students try to identify the fellows by looking into the eyes that
    WHO IS WHO
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    is also be a fun game.
    Isn’t it?

  • You have a beautiful family. Today my Godsons and I worked in the Garden planting Azalea plants and cleaning our garden bed to plant our garden. I also limit their screen time as well as soft drinks. I am lucky that these guys love to make fresh squeezed lemonade.

  • A KNIFE HOL UP YOU GON BE HAVING KNIVES IN A VIDEO FOR KIDS oh Lord have mercy.
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    Felisha: okay mum what is it

    Mum: Oh it just involves a 1000 DEGREE KNIFE

    Felisha: okay what do I do with it

    Mum: put it into the slime or whatever it is,oh and be careful sweet heart

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  • What a fun way to exercise with children, Jared!������ So creative. You guys are lucky you are allowed to go outside of your homes. We here in Spain we can’t. People are being fined just because they went for a walk to get some air. I live right in front of the beach and it’s even harder to see all that empty promenade and not being able to enjoy it. It’s a good thing, in that sense, that I don’t have kids. I would feel really sorry for them. ����But these are the times we live in and we must abide for the good of all. Stay safe and healthy you all!!!������

  • Hello from Portugal. I don’t have children, but if I did, I would do some activities you have shown here.. Stay home and stay safe everyone!!

  • You certainly don’t want them getting any more tightly wound up than they already are, or you could have a riot in your house. Never let the kids fall prey to the dreaded couchpotatoitis. There’s definitely shades of John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever to your dancing.

  • Wow! Great idea! Seems like an easy task to teach a child who not making an eye contact, but it’s not easy! Thank you for this great idea!

  • I need to share this with my sisters am sharing it now shared it with my family when is exercises for back and ankles videos coming as my back and ankles are paining soooooooooo much Thanks Ramya

  • Play Pirate Treasure Hunt! We have 10 grandchildren and 7 of them are ages 3-10. My husband is C,5-6 quadriplegic so we are as creative as we can be to include him in the activities with the kids. A HUGE hit with the kids is playing Pirates in the house by us hiding my junk jewelry, coins even a few dollars all over the house. I’ve cut up old black tee shirts or workout pants and tie them around their heads to look like pirates. (Hobby Lobby has party favors too such as eye patches, compasses and binoculars) We let them keep the money they find. It’s a lot like hiding and finding Easter eggs in the house but all year round. ��

  • I am a first year PE teacher. Of course starting virtually, I was very nervous but after watching this video I am a little more confident

  • Dude I seriously love the way to speak and convey! Really appreciate good stuff. Great videos on your channel. Looking forward for many more……..

  • 1:16 because we all have iodic potassium laying around our house. Obviously.
    1:40 I just found my hydrogen peroxide in my cupboard. Lucky me!
    3:20 ah my sodium hydroxide! I forgot to get that from the store!

  • Thanks very much for your sharing, these games are very useful. The problem for my class is that the students do not turn on their camera during the class, or sometimes, they switch off the camera quietly, suppose I do not mentioned while I am talking to other students.

  • I have a game for 3 players so one person makes a tic tac toe board and puts random numbers on it one to nine and the other two players go back and forth saying numbers until one person wins

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  • Love this stuff. Kind of burned out needed to create fresh content. Purchased several things and my only comment would be that you should charge a bit for for the work you.

  • I had spent sooooo many hours looking for cool, real and insteresting activities for my classes on Zoom… and then I found your videos!!!! they gave me so many ideas!! THANK YOU!!

  • Hello friends! Just wanted to acknowledge that in one game I give an inaccurate example of a country. Just like to clarify that I misspoke, Africa and Antartica are not “countries” they are “continents.” Sorry for any confusion this my have caused. For this game you could have kids name countries OR continents OR states OR cities dependent upon their age and education level. Also, if you are looking for more Zoom game ideas, I’ve created a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr3JyJlapOYRR_bhWduft1d3vtYyR2lQz

  • I am 9 year old and still watching this. When I ask my mom to do some of these. She just shrugs it off and continue working.Soo I just play by myself

    And…… I am weird because….. I talk to my plushie.��☹☹

  • How would you teach a blind child to make eye contact?
    Oh, you wouldn’t do that? You’d make changes to your own communication style instead to accomodate their sensory needs?
    Why, then wouldn’t you make the same accomodations for a child who finds eye contact uncomfortable, confusing, distracting and/or painful? 

    … cause that’s what eye contact is to many autistic people. 

    If I’m making eye contact with you, it’s likely I’m not understanding why you’re saying. I need to look away to concentrate on your voice.

  • Ping pong is great aerobic exercise! Our ping pong table has been getting more use lately! If you have more than four players, “around the world” style can utilized too.

  • Why do you feel the need of teaching someone eye contact? If a person with ASD doesn’t feel good about looking somebody into the eyes it’s just the problem of society and the person’s surrounding. Especially you shouldn’t force children to to it because they don’t have the power to say that they do not want to.

  • I have been following you in forever OMG I cant actually believe you replied! Its you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Can I please friend Pres and Ford, I would love to play with them! ALso can you do a day in ;life of Connie and a shout out on me please in your next video Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • If they say I’m bored say, “ perfect I have plenty of chores for you to do!” And they’ll say “ oh I have plenty to do never mind.” It works!

  • Hi Shawn! Thank you so much for sharing!
    These games are very interesting. I just happened upon your videos while searching for games to play for my daughter’s virtual birthday party. We sure can use most of these games (she’s an adult)
    However, I’d like to call your attention to your example in the game Name a County. Canada Africa Antarctica, but Antarctica and Africa are both continents and not countries with Africa having 56 countries inside! This information is important especially for teachers who may want to play the game with their students.
    Thank you very much for sharing your passion and connecting and bringing joy to families during this difficult period.

  • I don’t have any kids or grandkids but it looks like a lot of fun. I saw your suggestion of the just dance videos and just accessed one. I can imagine with the virus that adults can use it to keep fit while in the house if the gyms are shut (which isn’t a problem for us in our area at the moment though that could change). Maybe using light weights while dancing would add some resistance training with it as well. Thanks for another great bit of information and stay safe. By the way read one of the comments by the lady who lives in Spain. That is so awful that no one can come out of their houses and are actually getting fined if they leave their house. That bit of information amazed me. I didn’t know it was so bad.

  • Looks like so much fun. My boys are 39 and 40 now. But, I still play with my grandchildren. We like to play hopscotch and jump rope too.

  • Thank you so much for the ideas! As a therapist seeing kiddos 1:1, would you be willing to respond with your super fast teacher brain of the best 1:1 games?

  • Hi Shawn! Special Ed Teacher here. As the school year wraps up, I wanted to share my sincere gratitude for these resources-especially during the lockdown! I run a Zoom social skills group with some of my non-neurotypical students, and your creativity and resourcefulness have saved me a lot of time and stress trying to plan and keep them engaged. Have a great summer!

  • Great ideas! Thank you for sharing. Can you please speak little slower next time? I could not catch my brief while you are talking, had to pause video several times. And my English is not that bad and I am used to native speakers. But you are just like the FLASH from comics.

  • Your ideas are great and easy to implement using very common things around.
    One off though, Game 16, Example of countries. @ 10:02 Africa is not a country.

    No offence taken. Sending you virtual hugs��

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    Much love from Ethiopia —country code 251 —in Africa. ��

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  • Zooming with my little nephew today to give my sister a break and some time to clean the house — thanks so much for these great ideas!!! So helpful:)

  • Ya I agree don’t use the same clips for each video and most of these days and hacks involve things that nobody has like summent and a hot glue gun and more

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  • 1:30 I’m pretty sure I don’t just have potassium permogranite or whatever the hell just sitting around my house, how the heck can you do half of these little projects….do I have that potassium whatever it’s called stuff in my house? Or is it easy to get at a store? It just sounds like chemistry stuff and my kids are 5 lol

  • Thank you for these! For game #20 I think you mean you’d send the person who can’t hear the theme to a breakout room by themselves (instead of muting them…when they’d still hear the theme!)

  • First of all I have to say your charades and dance moves were great! No judgments here. My oldest son put a game on our tv from his computer. It had a few different kinds from drawing to fill in the blank and true or false. We all connected to the game from our phones or a kindle with the 4 digit code it gave us. Our youngest is learning to read so we took turns letting him choose an answer to type in or pick or even draw on our screen for us. Jack box is the name of the site.

  • What an interesting way to help children!  I really appreciate the fact that you use something concrete to help children make eye contact.  And thanks for reminding us that we shouldn’t interrupt kids when they are doing their favorite things!

  • i Teach in a Christian monastery here in Utah and my elderly students are very slow so it is very helpful to have this technology for their

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  • Great stuff! From an objective standpoint your editing and graphics keep getting better and better! Keep on making great videos and I am sure you will keep growing!!

  • hello shawn new subscriber here. I’m a youth leader in church can i suggest you make a game using the zoom app on cellphone thankyou.

  • Awesome video! Not sure the song u hummed but I I shake ur hips to it and then clap too lol the chicken dance?
    Also I got some prize ideas too!! I’m gonna message you:) eekkkkk love it! Great job!

  • Number 1 is great, except if you have slow internet like me! Barley have 1mb. Maybe I’ll give them a second or two. Haha! I need faster internet!

  • Claw clip day with kids and adult now you guys would be amazing to come up with some games and fun prizes for the family that has to deal with claw clips.

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  • You have no idea how helpful your games are to me! You are awesome! Congratulations! I’ve recommwnded your video on a teachers’ Facebook page 😉

  • In my opinion a person on the autistic spectrum who struggles with eye contact should not be forced to give it when they find it painful/uncomfortable. I think the person on the spectrum should be encourage to try something that makes it look like they’re giving eye contact like looking at a person nose for example because it won’t cause them any stress and the other person will think they’re giving eye contact.

  • Up in Canada here so we still have snow in places so sledding is a big one for us to do outside. Also filling squirt bottles up with water dyed with food colouring to draw on the snow with.

  • Or, you could just accept that for some people, eye contact is not part of how they communicate. Personally, I was given a lot of these eye contact exercises as a kid, and today, when I try to look someone in the eye, I can do it, but it feels uncomfortable, and makes it impossible to focus on what they’re saying. I listen much better when I’m averting my gaze, as do many autistic people.

  • This is helpful. I will give it a try. But the comments on this video are strange. My son is 4 yo and he doesn’t speak. One of the reasons is his lack of eye contact. Because he doesn’t look at anyone when they speak, he doesn’t understand how to hold and move his mouth to be able to understand speech. Take the letter M for example. If he never looks at me to see that I’m pressing both lips together to make the mmmm sound, then he won’t get it. It’s not about trying to make my son conform in a social sense, it’s about helping him learn to speak and read. Everyone on the spectrum is different. Be thankful that you have these skills. You would be different if you never acquired these skills. Thank you guys for your work in helping parents of autistic children connect with them.

  • Hi Courtney,
    Great video! How do I get my autistic child to respond to his name? He doesn’t know his own name? Do you happen to have a video about this subject? My child is 25 months old. Thank you.

  • Eye contact can be painful for people with autism. It can also hinder our ability to process information through our other senses. So if we are making eye contact with you, we might not be able to understand what you are saying, or it might make it harder to process our thoughts to speak.
    I assume you wouldn’t require a blind child to make eye contact, and would instead adapt your own communication style. Why not accomodate the disability of autistic people, and adapt your own communication when communicating with us too? We mightn’t have sensory disability like blindness, but autism is a neurological condition that affects how how we process sensory information. We need accomodation, not to be forced to pretend that we are neurologically different than we are.

  • Why is this necessary? Eye contact can be uncomfortable or unbearably painful for autistic people. This looks like it only serves to make the autistic person act unnaturally to make the neurotypical comfortable. I’m autistic and I don’t look at people’s eyes, and it’s not a big deal.

  • wow! interesting…… eye contact still causes difficulty for me. although i have practiced a lot. i guess my difficulty is that NT’s EXPECT us to behave the same, even though they know we are different.
    What is eye contact for an NT? what does it do for you? why is it so important for NT’s to be validated in this way?
    As with all people on the spectrum, it makes things easier if we know WHY. and if the WHY makes sense to us.
    i just found your channel. i subbed. thank you.

  • Why can’t parents accept their children for who they are differences, quirks and all, instead of forcing them to do things (such as making eye contact) that are unnatural, uncomfortable, and often even physically painful for them just because it makes the parent more comfortable to see their child conform to social norms. As an autistic person myself I’m appalled to see such a widespread lack of acceptance for individuals with ASD. As if we are all sick and need a cure because we don’t conform to all the social norms when what really just need is acceptance, and if our own parents won’t accept us then who will?

  • I going to use this with my husband. He’s always preoccupied and hardly ever looks you in the eye. I think this will work quite well! Thank you Courtney and Phil!!
    Love these videos! ❤️❤️❤️

  • You give my kids so much fun watching these videos and even learn them thing I did not eaven know thank u so much what’s up moms thank u so so much for your help love u guys

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