We understand as parents, it can be quite challenging to continue finding things for your kids to do while at home. So we've decided to provide some FUN, ACTIVE and EDUCATIONAL materials the whole family can enjoy!
We're currently dreaming of warm summer days and getting to enjoy quality time together around the pool. Until then, we've compiled some family-friendly activities to keep you busy and help prepare you for a summer full of swimming... All from the comfort of your own home!
Listen along as Alisa the Lifeguard reads the popular children's story, The Rainbow Fish, by Marcus Pfister.
Create your very own rainbow fish craft while listening to story time with Alisa the Lifeguard!
Make learning about water safety fun for the whole family! Download these fun activities to help teaching children how to be safe around water.
Whether your child is new to swim lessons or has taken many, there are several fun activities that can be done at home to get more comfortable with water, prepare for swim lessons, and practice important swim skills.
The Y is here to support you in making swimming a lifelong pursuit for healthy living… No pool required!
To help you stay active and fit and prepare for upcoming sports seasons, our staff has developed videos and instructions for sports drills you can do at home.
Nicer weather calls for getting outside, and here are some fun ways to work on your soccer skills, thanks to Sports Director Anne Schneider of the Four Rivers YMCA.
Love volleyball? So do we! And here are some ways to build and keep up your skills at home.
Here are five of the YMCA’s favorite flag football drills. Do them in your backyard and improve your skills!
The key to practicing basketball at home is to focus on drills that enhance or develop endurance, ball handling and shooting ability. Mental drills could be just as useful as the act of doing them. Proper technique is important. Simply go outside, grab a basketball and get started!
We're all looking forward to baseball season. For now we can do some fun drills to "step up our game" right in our own backyard. Drills for beginners and intermediates provided by Sports Director Jon Grush of the Mid-County and Kirkwood YMCAs.
For those of you on Twitter, NBA star @TheTraeYoung kicked it off with a 3-point contest using socks and his trash can. Try to top him.
Would your kids like to test their knowledge of sports? Our sports directors compiled some trivia questions - and answers! Plus there's a coloring sheet.