Keeping active

April 9, 2020

Looking for some fun activities to play at home with your children? Getting yourself into prime form for when the season starts?

Let us help you with some ideas to get you moving and making sure you are ready to go when we start the cricket season. As well as lots of brilliant content on social media here are some tips of where to find further ideas.

icoachcricket

icoachcricket created by the ECB Coach Development team is a rich source of ideas to fulfil cricketers of all stages of development. With lots of content being added all the time with specific garden activities icoach has thousands of options. icoach is also the home All Stars Cricket games and activities. Anyone can have an account and it is totally FREE.

Chance to Shine

Chance to Shine are the charity on a mission to spread the power of cricket throughout schools and communities in England & Wales. Did you know that you can sign up to the Chance to Shine portal as a parent? You can find fun activities and games that you can play at home with your children! There is also lots of classroom activities fully aligned to the national curriculum.

Create Development – realPE

real PE at home supports families to play and learn together and includes 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity for every family! real PE at home online learning resources will be provided for FREE during school closure.

Please sign up by forwarding your name, school name, postcode, county and email address to jasmine@createdevelopment.co.uk

Some other ideas we have seen

Sky Sports Cricket Masterclasses and Documentaries – Learn from the best players to play the game on how they did it. Then maybe go and try and emulate them!

Suffolk Cricket Strength and Conditioning ExercisesGroup 1, Group 2, Group 3

We would love to see some of your efforts, so be sure to tag is in via Twitter and Facebook.

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