Firstsite artist activity pack: is a free download of art provocations from contemporary artists including Antony Gormley, Gillian Wearing and Jeremy Deller. The activities do not require specialist materials so there are no excuses not to!
Complete Day 1 of the photography challenge, and if you like it, carry on the next day.
Get ready to unleash your inner dance and fitness beast with Hip-Hop Fit creator Mike Peele! This class is for everyone from beginners to advanced. Just get ready to push your mind and body to the next level!
Short on time? Hate the gym? Too tired to exercise after work? These 10-minute workouts are just what you need.
It’s common to suffer from low self-esteem at some point in your life, but you can do things to make it better. Help boost your wellbeing by trying these seven steps.
Watch the video and the feel free to explore more of the Rise Above website.
Social distancing has spawned a new generation of home bakers, and they’ve got some great ideas for lockdown cooking.
Finding it hard to fit in fitness? Just getting through a day of school and after-school commitments can leave most of us wondering where to find time.
Watch the wellbeing advice lesson The lesson is hosted by Young Minds ambassador and Radio 1 Life Hacks presenter, Katie Thistleton, who is joined by our special guest, clinical psychologist Dr Hazel Harrison. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/growth-mindset-and-wellbeing-lesson/z4g4382
Find a list of 5 different mindful activities to try.
30 day fitness plan – no equipment needed!
Relax with step by step instructions on how to manufacture paper masterpieces.
Easy workout – no equipment needed!
Homemade slime is a gloopy variation of playdough and silly putty, easily made from common household ingredients.
Get stronger and look better in 30 days, 15 minutes a day.
Focusing on a single sensation can help still a racing mind. Focusing on the breath can also lead us to breathe more slowly and deeply, leading to a slower heart rate and a more relaxed state.
Paint your own window art.
Gratitude Jars are a fun, artistic, and hands-on way for children to practice gratitude. In this activity, each child will create a special jar where they save gratitude statements at the end of the day.
Rachel Phipps' quick and cheap eggy bread is great for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Serve with your favourite sauce.
Body scan meditation is a great way to bring mindfulness to the body. When you explore the moment to moment existence within your body it helps you learn what your body does and doesn’t need in order to thrive.
The Japanese shuriken is better known as a ninja star. Shuriken is a throwing knife used by Ninja. Learn to create your own.
Planking is great for core strength, muscle definition, giving better posture and improving balance.
This video explains what everyday mindfulness is, and how being aware of what is going on around you and inside of you can help make life more enjoyable and less stressful.
We’ve got you covered in this video all about running for beginners!
A quick and easy way to make a cake!
Take a break and boost your mood with this 10-minute walking meditation.
The humble pillow: good for sleeping, but even better for exercising! This strength routine turns your pillow into a free weight to work your major muscle groups.
Create a t shirt that is as fun as it is fashionable.
These are exercises designed to activate your abs without putting undue stress in any of the supporting muscle structure. Perfect for beginners but also a great set of abs exercises for those wishing to maintain ab strength.
Colouring is a relaxing and soothing creative activity that can help people lower stress and anxiety, increase focus, and promote mindfulness.
Can't tear yourself away from the TV? Why not turn your couch into a workbench with this 30-minute full-body muscle-strengthening workout.
Practise multiple mindfulness activities using just your body.
Watch this awesome, fun workout! Who knew fitness could be so fun? This workout is perfect for anyone who wants to get fit without using the gym.
This activity can teach you how strong emotions can take hold, and how to find peace when these strong emotions feel overwhelming.
Origami flowers are a lot more affordable than the real thing but don't smell as sweet!
In ten minutes, you can serve this healthy tuna pasta as a salad in a packed lunch or for supper.
Drawize is a free pictionary online drawing game. You can play with friends, people around the World, quick draw something for practice or play a guessing game.
Want to work out but sick of your usual routine? Have a little fun when you use our name chart! The directions are simple: Spell your name and perform the exercise that corresponds with each letter.
Enjoy this free 59-minute lesson on character illustration, figures, faces, and clothing from Gabriel Picolo, a comic artist on online learning community platform SkillShare.
Being in lockdown can be stressful, and lots of us are feeling anxious and on edge right now. These activities can help you to relax.
Ready to test out Maddie Lymburner's total-body routine set to the remix of Doja Cat's "Say So" featuring Nicki Minaj, which was popularized on TikTok?
A way to tune into the positive events in your life. Each day for at least one week, write down three things that went well for you today.
The beginner street workout program below is suitable for beginners, but it might be too heavy if you haven’t done any street workouts at all in the past.
Put down that takeaway menu and make your own pizza from our great selection, including simple Margherita, spicy salami, Sicilian and a super healthy option.
This is an application that can be downloaded through the Android app store, iTunes, Google Music, or the Apple app store. Developers report that parents have seen a reduction in ADHD symptoms by using this app.
Use this short animation to help get you started on your own comic strip.
A very enthusiastic group of teens and young adults are dancing with Maggie to the Katie Perry song "Fireworks." It is their very first try at MUVE dancing.
This easy omelette is perfect for introducing you to the kitchen.Try it with cheese, ham or veggies.
Relaxing music to help you chill out, unwind, meditate or even work to.
We all need daily exercise to stay in shape. This is an easy and fun workout for kids of all ages, teens and adults that can help burn extra calories and provide a healthy mindset. Do these exercises a couple of times a week to build and tone muscle.
Watch this video to learn the steps to fold an origami paper crane. You'll need a square piece of paper (preferably origami paper) but regular computer paper will also suffice.
Take a short walk and try to take photos of the little things you take for granted each day - the plants growing between paving slabs, the clouds in the sky, the cracks in a wall, or maybe just focussing on things that are a particular colour.
The key is to spend some time noticing the things we so often walk past without giving a second thought.
It's time for a 5 minute Plank Challenge! And are you up for doing this for 7 days?
In just 5 minutes you can reset your day in a positive way!
Here's a 15 minute recipe for Welsh Rarebit (or Rabbit) that you can cook for yourself or your family.
The name supposedly comes from the fact that if poachers failed to catch a rabbit, all that they had for their tea was bread and cheese!
Aboriginal Art refers to art created by the indigenous people of Australia.
The aim of this lesson is to create a dot art painting using a stencil of your hand as the main image. You can combine it with some of the symbols and images on the website to compose an Aboriginal inspired artwork.
You can use paint or pens to create this great effect. Don't forget to send us your pics 😊
This is a full body 10 minute routine you can do at home with no equipment needed. This body weight workout is metabolic switching from cardio to conditioning to help you burn calories and tone up fast!
Make sure to follow the instructions for warming up first.
A 15-minute yoga class for beginners. Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.
Practicing gratitude regularly has been proven to not only increase levels of happiness but also to have a positive effect on health and well-being.
Evidence has shown that teenagers who practice gratitude are more engaged in their schoolwork and hobbies and are less envious, depressed, and materialistic.
Just jot down a couple of things every day that you're grateful for - a friend, the weather, your favourite food, coffee, even your bed!
Learn how to fold Diamondback, an origami jet that flies over 100 feet! You've never seen a paper airplane like this - good luck and let us know how far you managed to fly 😊
A selection of fun ideas for rock painting. You don't have to use paints though - Sharpies work really well too! Email us some pics of your finished rocks 🙂
With us all spending more time at home, it's more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive. Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic.
The Joe Wicks workouts are fun and suitable for all ages. You don't need any equipment, just tune in to the YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout - or simply stream them later in the day if you're having a lay in!
Mindful colouring is a fun way to add calm into your life. Try to spend some time colouring without distraction. Use these free mindfulness colouring sheets and printables to be more mindful every day. Send us some photos or scans of your finished artwork 😊