Activities for Early Years (0-5)


Why is physical activity important for early years children?

Being physically active in their early years can be extremely beneficial in a child's growth and development.

Regular physical activity can help:

  • develop motor skills
  • promote healthy weight
  • enhance bone and muscular development
  • development of social skills

The recommended guidelines for physical activity for children aged 0-5 years is 180 minutes a day.

Take a look at what activities we offer to help keep your children physically active.


What do we offer?

Face to face activities are being reintroduced as Covid-19 restrictions and conditions allow. Please click on the activities you're interested above for details of each session.

The online content created during the pandemic will remain available online. Please click the links below to view.

For ideas and support to keep active at home visit Healthy at Home and follow us on Facebook , Twitter , Instagram and YouTube.

The links below may remain useful, although some content may now be out of date, please click through to find out more.

Support for your sports clubs, organisations or businesses during Covid-19 business-organisation-and-club-s

General information and updates from the Council during Covid-19 https://www.charnwood.gov.uk/pages/coronavirus

Support for your business please visit www.charnwood.gov.uk/coronavirus_business_support

Support for the most vulnerable in the community, and to help volunteer, www.charnwood.gov.uk/pages/cca

Updated: 28/07/2021