There is always lots happening at KIDDO and we are always amazed at the great improvements we are seeing at our participating schools, ECEC centres and sporting clubs.
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The KIDDO school holiday program is coming back in January school holidays from 28th - 31st January. Get the kids ready for the 2020 school year with a boost in their physical literacy during a fun morning of KIDDO games and skills.
Have fun being active this festive season with KIDDO's Active Advent Calendar. Use our activity ideas or make up some of your own. A greeat way to encourage the whole family to develop healthy active habits.
Download our free Balance Dice to make your own super fun balance activities. Roll the dice and see what balance pose you have to do, is it a flamingo or a tree? Add another dice and roll both to see how long you have to be a tree for.
Our before/after school program is back at participating schools in Term 3, 2019 focusing on the skills of Kicking & Dribbling (soccer) & Jumping.
The popular KIDDO school holiday program is on again in the July school holidays at UWA from July 17th-July 19th. The program is for children in Kindergarten-Year 3 and runs from 9am-12 noon each morning.
Download our free Active Advent Calendar for a month of FUN activities. We have even given you some blank ones to allow you to get creative and add your own ideas in.
It's easy to play along:
One of our favourite activities with both educators and children. Great for larger groups and all you need is some hoops to get you started.
This activity is great to focus on any of the locomotor skills such as:
KIDDO has not only helped the children at Goodstart Nollamara to learn how to run, jump, balance and catch but also develop a love of being outdoors and being active.
KIDDO (formerly known as Uni-Active) was launched in 2014 in response to the declining levels of fundamental movement skills being seen in Australian children.
The jump for distance (broad jump) and jump for height (vertical jump) have been combined here as they have similar phases and components.