The Y at Home > Y Kids
Time to get creative! We have another awesome writing activity, where you get to finish a story in your own way! so grab a pen or pencil and lets go on an adventure.
Let's go on an an aquatic adventure in this week's scavenger hunt! How many from the list can you find? See if you can find them all!
Time to get creative! Our Swimming Mascot, Philbert wants new friend to play games with. So grab a pen or pencil and let your creativity shine.
Our team put together some videos to help you practice swimming butterfly at home! For helpful drills and tips on technique, read more!
Gliding, breaststroke kicking and timing - these are just a few of the ingredients you will need for swimming breaststroke!
Time to get creative! We have an awesome writing activity, where you get to finish a story in your own way! so grab a pen or pencil and lets go on an adventure.
Dolphin kick, butterfly arms and momentum - these are just a few of the ingredients you will need for swimming butterfly!
Add a splash of colour to Philbert and friends on these fun activity sheets. Don't forget to draw yourself enjoying an aquatic adventure with the gang too!
Resources for young people and educators to support the mental health and wellbeing of their students and peers.
In part 4 of our Riding Your Bike series, you will learn how to repair a punctured tyre!
In part 3 of this Riding Your Bike series, you will learn about how to adjust your brakes and chains!
In part 2 of this Riding Your Bike series, you will learn about how to make sure your bike is roadworthy!
In part 1 of this Riding Your Bike series, you will learn how to choose the right bike and helmet size.
See how you can make your own dream catcher at home!
Creative construction - What can you make out of recycled items?
Make your very own salt jar with all different colours!
It's important to feel safe online!
The impacts of COVID-19 have meant that the way we learn, connect with our friends & family and entertain ourselves has increasingly shifted online. While, that can be exciting, did you know you are also at increased risk of harm both directly and indirectly?
It's time for an experiment we like to call Sink or Float!
On a walk around your garden or around the local area, collect a range of natural items. Use these items to create pictures, collages or scenery boards!
Making living grass heads are a fun gardening project kids will love watching grow. Children especially love trimming the hair after a few days into a funny shape!