We’ve gathered together a few great resources and activities to help Paso residents Be Well. The resources are organized into categories to help you find the right tools to match your needs.
Kidz Love Soccer: The KLS coaches have adapted their classes into an online platform that are free for everyone. Check out new activity videos posted each week to enjoy from home. Week one is a dribbling session that you can watch here.
CaliKids Fitness: Join Ms. Brittney of CaliKids Fitness for virtual at home fitness challenges for the entire family. For information on how to join, text Brittney Jones at (805) 651-8149.
GoNoodle®: This website engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are!
iMovement: A free version of the iMoves website featuring quick blast videos such as Samba and Disco along with a mental health and well-being section with guided meditations, Pilates and a worry-monster activity.
Just Dance: Throw a virtual dance party in the living room for the whole family using YouTube’s Just Dance videos as your guide.
Virtual PE Ideas from We Are Teachers: An extensive list of virtual PE resources that can help you find ways to bust some moves in the great indoors.
American Heart Association: 25 fun and simple ways to stay active just for kids in English and Spanish.
Breathing Is My Super Power Video: Watch the Magic Breathing Ball, Breathing is my Superpower video from Paso Robles Recreation Instructor Dee Digioia.
Mindful Kindful YOUniversity: Check out more resources for your child including story times, breathing, guided relaxations and music.
Save the Children: Six simple exercises you can do with your child to help calm during times of anxiety.
Calm for Kids: Free resources designed just for kids from the #1 mindfulness app.
Cosmic Kids Yoga: Five mindfulness exercises for kids.
Kids for Peace: This website is packed with activities and ideas to spread peace in our world through love and action.
Mindful Schools Video: How breathing can help you calm your mind and body.
A Dream Party: Your child can receive a birthday shout-out from a favorite princess during a virtual story time. Message A Dream Party to request a princess shout-out.
Art Classes with Stormy Capalare: Enjoy these free online-directed art lessons for the entire family. All that is needed is paper and something to draw with and any coloring supplies you have on hand (paint, pastels, markers, crayons or colored pencils).
Messenger Kids: Help your child stay connected with friends while managing their online experience with Messenger Kids.
Zoom: Move your in-person events to virtual ones.
Gale: Learning-focused resources to maintain academic continuity from home.
Scholastic Learn at Home: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Khan Academy: Daily schedules for students, ages 2-18, to keep them learning.
Library of Congress: A curated selection of helpful resources for students of all ages.
Oxford Owl: Oxford University Press’ learning activities by ages.
Mystery Science: A starter set of science lessons.
National Geographic Kids Science Lab: Science experiments, videos, articles and more.
Wonderopolis: A site where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages.
California Surgeon General’s Playbook: Stress Relief for Caregivers and Kids during COVID-19. (PDF)
NPR Just For Kids: A comic exploring the new Coronavirus.
National Association of School Psychologists: How to help your child cope with changes resulting from COVID-19.
Child Mind Institute: Supporting Families during COVID-19: Facebook Live video chats with expert clinicians daily at 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (ET) plus Daily video tips for parents to help navigate the Corona Virus with children and families found here.