Improving physical literacy should be all about having fun. Take a look through our huge range of activities below.

We have compiled these activities, a mix of new ideas and old favourites, to help kids learn the fundamental movement skills in a fun and interactive way.
Use the filters below to sort the activities by skill, age group and setting. Then click through to learn more about how to set up the activity and run it for yourself.

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Clean up your Rubbish (throwing)

Overarm Throw
4 - 30

A fun game to develop the skill of Throwing. Suit medium to large groups.

Collecting Rubbish

4+10 minutes

Develop Throwing as well as Running, Jumping and Skipping with this fun activity. Suits groups of all sizes.

Cone Monster


A fun activity for groups of all sizes that develops soccer dribbling and kicking.

Connect 4

Running, Skipping
1 - 12

This game is like Connect 4 played in teams. Each child in each team has a placement marker (a cone). The coach explains the game to the children before dividing into teams and starting.

Connect It

4+5-10 minutes

A fun game requiring children to connect up with different body parts whilst moving around the space

Dance Party (At Home)

1+10+ minutes

Get moving with a fun at-home dance party!

Diamond Cricket

8 - 3010 minutes

This activity introduces children to the skills and strategy of cricket: batting, fielding, running and throwing.

Diminishing Target

Overarm Throw
4 - 1510 minutes

A progressive activity focusing on the skill of Throwing. Good for small to medium sized groups.

Discovering Jumping

1 - 3010 minutes

An introductory activity to explore the skill of Jumping.


4 - 3010 minutes

A fun activity that the kids love. Can be modified to focus on a number of different skills. Suit medium sized groups

Shrink and Grow

Electric Piggy

5 - 1010 minutes

An electric twist on a classic game!

Baby playing with fitness ball with mother at home

Exercise Ball Tummy Time

1+5-10 minutes

Exercise balls are a great way for babies and toddlers to develop muscle strangth and balance.

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