Physical Activity

Creating opportunities for youth in your program to participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity for at least 30 minutes a day, is an essential part of healthy out-of-school time. You can increase physical activity in your program by training staff in the latest activity practices, including youth in policy and practice decision making, and using educational materials to inform parents and families.

Click through the sections below for guidance and resources.

Games and Activities

Keep youth moving with fun games and activities that work for your site and keep youth engaged.

Find Games and Activities

Active Role Models

Teach your staff how to lead by example and reinforce the healthy habits taught in your program.

Become Active Role Models

Active Learning

Combine learning and movement to increase physical activity and improve concentration and attention.

Start Active Learning

Create a healthier out-of-school time environment for your kids today.

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We've collected hundreds of resources to help support out-of-school time health.

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Our roadmaps give you an overview of physical activity standards, tell you why they are important, and offer first steps and resources to get started.

Explore Our Roadmaps


Our trainings are visually-engaging, recorded presentations led by expert staff to provide guidance as you and your staff work toward your specific physical activity goals.

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