Going for a walk is one of the easiest ways to stay healthy and happy.
During lockdown, we produced activities and resources to help keep your daily walk interesting. They are all still available below!
Don't forget to share your #WalkingFromHome snaps and stories on social media.
Our #WalkingFromHome activity booklet for families features 14 sets of activities for primary school-aged children. Each resource sheet includes three activities; one for the little ones, one for older children, and one special indoor activity.
Whilst our Activity Diary is a fun way for children to record what they've learned on their walks.
With this curriculum-linked 60-minute lesson plan we look at 'FOOTPRINTS – humans and animals walking’.
We created these for delivery in the classroom, but you can easily adapt them for remote learning or for families to use at home.
Try a randomised walk, using Living Streets’ Walking Randomiser.
Then use our seven-day journal to write about your walk and how it made you feel.
Go for a walk and 'post a hug' to a friend or family member using our colourful, printable, sharable artwork.
Whilst you're working from home, you can also be #WalkingFromHome.
Just a 20-minute walk can help refresh you ahead of the working day or help you wind down after a day of screen time.
Our #Try20 tips can help you find new ways to fit 20 minutes of walking into your day. Spin the wheel to see which tip you should try today!
Download our #Try20 checklist and see how many tips you can tick off.
Why not challenge your colleagues to get involved and see who can tick off the most tips?
We know that older people are as diverse as the population as a whole, and it is hard to generalise about what will help or suit everyone over 60.
Our Small Steps resources offer a range of ideas and examples of success for people to pick from to suit their circumstances. Choose the one that most suits you from the three options below.
Our Small Steps videos will help show you how to put some of these ideas into practice.
If you are self-isolating then you should not leave your home, even to go for a walk. But if Captain Sir Tom Moore taught us anything, it's that you can still stay active in the home.
To find out more about self-isolating, including when you should self-isolate, visit the NHS website.
Share your thoughts, pics and videos on social media using #WALKINGFROMHOME
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