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Activities for kids

The fun activities below help kids to develop the fundamental movement skills that provide an early foundation for physical literacy. You can search these activities according to child age and movement skill using the sorting tool above.

  • Basket Catch

    Skill: Catch

    15 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, gross motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve flying objects (e.g., balls, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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  • Bounce and Catch

    Skill: Catch

    15 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, as well as fine motor control of the hands and fingers.

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  • Overhand Catch

    Skill: Catch

    15 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, fine motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve flying objects (e.g., balls, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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  • Tennis Ball Bounce Catch

    Skill: Catch

    20 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, fine motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve flying objects (e.g., balls, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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  • Toddler Ball Rolling

    Skill: Catch

    10 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, gross motor control, and the ability to track moving objects. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve moving objects (e.g., balls, pucks, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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  • Toddler Bubble Catch

    Skill: Catch

    15 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, gross motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve flying objects (e.g., balls, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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  • Underhand Catch

    Skill: Catch

    15 minutes

    This activity develops hand-eye coordination, fine motor control, and the ability to track moving objects in the air. These skills transfer to sports and activities that involve flying objects (e.g., balls, shuttlecocks, frisbees, ribbons, sticks, batons).

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