Activities

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

If you are looking for at-home activities, please visit the Take Home resources 

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 time, 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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Target Practice

Target Practice

4 - 3010 minutes

An introductory activity for groups of all sizes that develops the skills of dribbling and kicking.

Team Rapid Fire

Team Rapid Fire

2 - 1610 minutes

An introductory team based activity for small to medium groups to develop the skill of striking.

Throwing Zone

Skills: 
Overarm Throw
1 - 2010 minutes

A good throwing activity to develop throwing accuracy. 

Toilet Tag

Toilet Tag

4+5 minutes

A fun tag game for all ages that the kids love! No equipment required.

Traffic Lights

2+5-10 minutes

A fun, customisable soccer activity for any number of players!

Tunnel Ball & Corner Spry

Tunnel Ball & Corner Spry

Skills: 
Catching
1 - 3010 minutes

Classic school carnival games to help develop ball tracking and the skills of Catching.

Turtles, Snakes & Islands

Turtles, Snakes and Islands

1 - 4010 minutes

A fun activity for groups of all sizes focused on the development of locomotor skills: run, jump, hop and skip

Volleyball Catch

Volleyball Catch

Skills: 
Catching
4+10 minutes

A team game for small to medium sized groups that develops the skill of catching and introduces some strategy and game play. 

Wall Ball

Wall Ball

Skills: 
Catching
1 - 1010 minutes

Develop Catching skills by throwing against a wall and catching. Add challenges to make it progressively more difficult.

Waspital

Skills: 
Running, Dodging
5+5-10 minutes

A fun, creative tag game to get kids moving. Waspital is quickly become a KIDDO favourite.

What’s the Time Mr Wolf

What’s the Time Mr Wolf

4+5 minutes

The younger children love starting or finishing a KIDDO session with this classic game. Develop all the locomotor skills. No equipment required.

Where’s the Sticky Popcorn?

Where’s the Sticky Popcorn?

2+5 minutes

An activity for younger children that focuses on the development of Jumping skills. No equipment required.