12 Days of Fitness
Staying active during the cold winter months can be a challenge! The 12 Days of Fitness challenge presents a fun way to be active indoors leading up to the holiday season.
Teach students about the importance of physical activity and nutritious foods for their brilliant brain development.
Don’t Hibernate – Participate!
This activity promotes staying active with the family during the frosty winter months. Embrace the cold and participate in fun activities regardless of the weather outside!
Dream Team gets families to prioritize sleeping in an effort to get more REM sleep so they can remember their dreams, and record them in a journal!
Family Olympics Challenge
Bring the Olympics home with this family challenge. For three weeks, the family participates in activities based on real Olympics games to stay active and have fun together.
Power of Positivity
Power of Positivity encourages students and their families to get a mood boost by reflecting on the things in their lives that they are grateful for.
Minimizing Screen Time
The Minimizing Screen Time home challenge is for students and their families to track their physical activity and screen time in an effort to spend more time being active and healthy.
This activity is a leadership role opportunity for students, and a chance for parents to model healthy sleep behaviours for the whole family.
Take a Break
Take a Break helps students and their families to gain an understanding of the importance of taking mindful breaks throughout the day by participating in healthy activities.
What’s the Commotion About Emotions?
This campaign teaches six core emotions and the communication skills required to express them in a healthy way.
- Instructions for SHF or SHC
- Instructions for Parents
- This home challenge pairs well with the What’s the Commotion About Emotions monthly campaign