Get your kids moving throughout the summer with active games inspired by all their Disney favourites. From Beauty and the Beast to Moana and Cars 3 – we've got fun NEW Shake Ups every week!
From fun Shake Up games to finding out about sports and active hobbies, here's everything you need to get your family moving. And every 10-minute burst counts towards the 60 minutes of activity kids need each day!
These tasty meal ideas are too good to resist. Get the kids to help you in the kitchen and start whipping up quick and easy dishes everyone will enjoy. Healthy food never tasted better!
Want to know more about your child's weight? Find out what it really means to be underweight, overweight or a healthy weight, and get handy tips to help your child grow up healthy and happy.
The Eatwell Guide is a brilliant idea – it helps you eat a healthy, balanced diet by showing you the different types of foods and drinks we should consume. Simple!
Give your kids less food to start with – they can always ask for seconds. You'll have less waste and they won't eat too much.
Which skills does riding a bike help develop?
In fact, all three answers are correct! Riding a bike or scooter helps develop your motor skills, including balance and coordination, as well as building up strength in the legs and core.
Walking is good for you, but do you know why?
In fact, all three answers are correct! Walking boosts your immune system, builds bones and muscles, and can reduce stress. Even a brisk 10 minute walk counts, so get outside and start walking!
Every day, kids are having more sugar than the daily maximum amount. But do you know how much more?
Every day, kids are having more sugar than the recommended daily maximum. In fact, they are half way to their daily max of sugar before the school bell rings.
Do you know how much of the salt we are eating is already in the foods we buy?
It's not just the salt added to our cooking or at the table that we need to watch out for. Three-quarters of the salt we're eating is already in the foods we buy. These can contain a lot of salt — even if they don't taste salty!