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, there'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!
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How many minutes of physical activity should five to 18-year-olds be getting every day?
Kids and young people aged five to 18 need to be active for at least 60 minutes each day. Every 10-minute burst of activity counts towards the 60 minutes, so try our fun Shake Ups and get active together!
How many cubes of sugar are there in a box of sugary breakfast cereal?
A box of your child's favourite sugary cereal typically contains 56 cubes of sugar, plus 10 sachets of salt and 7g of saturated fat!
Set a regular healthy snack time for mid-morning and afternoon when the kids are home. It helps train their bodies to know regular food is coming, making them less likely to reach for unhealthy choices. Make at least one snack count towards their
If you're eating out, some restaurants offer free refills of sugary drinks with meals. Just one sugary drink can push you over your max daily sugar amount – and kids are having nearly 3 times more sugar than they should! Choose sugar free