Now that I don’t go out every day, my baby is either sitting or lying down at home, playing with his mobile phone or reading a book. He really lacks exercise. Over time, immunity will also decline. There are a total of 33 games shared today, which is enough for children to play for a month. Due to restrictions on WeChat, I cannot insert multiple videos into the article at the same time. If you reply to \”Indoor Sports\” in the public account dialog box, you can also get parent-child exercises that adults and children can do together without any props, and without making any noise. Downstairs, let’s move together! The following physical coordination games are collectively called \”children\’s physical fitness sports\” in the United States, and most of them are trained in indoor venues. These activities are different from traditional physical education classes. They often use common materials in life or create \”complex terrain\”. They focus on speed, coordination, muscle endurance, strength and synergy, so that children\’s bodies can adapt to the environment and unexpected situations. ability. So if you do it more often, it will benefit your children a lot. I have selected some that are simple and easy to use at home, divided into several categories for your reference. Let’s talk about coordination first. 1. I am a caterpillar. There have been a lot of funny videos online recently, in which people are crawling around on the ground out of boredom. In fact, this type of movement is of great benefit to children. For example, moving forward in a crawling posture can exercise arm strength. You can let your children try: How many ways can you move forward without walking on two legs? 2. Creative hopscotch does not have so many hula hoops. You can use colored tape to post a hopscotch in the living room and let the children jump. By writing numbers in the grid, you can recognize numbers and do addition and subtraction (for example, asking \”jump to 4-2=?\”). You can also ask children to change directions as shown in the picture below, which tests their coordination ability. Digital Hopscotch ▽ 3. Cross jumping exercises the leg muscles while testing coordination and balance. You may not have suitable wooden strips at home, that’s okay, just start practicing on flat ground. Use tape to post a straight line on the ground, and ask your child to cross jump or practice long jump. 4. Jumping forward and backward can also allow children to jump forward and backward 180 degrees along the line posted on the tape. 5. When skiing on flat ground, let the child step on a rag with one foot and slide forward without lifting the foot or leaving the rag, similar to skiing. Great exercise for limb coordination. It also exercises patience for impatient children. 6. The method of frog crossing the pond has been introduced before. Put some colored paper on the floor of the living room, and you can only walk across it by stepping on the colored paper. As in the picture below, you can put items on the \”other side\” and ask for them to be retrieved, and each person is only given two pieces of colored paper to walk alternately. In this way, the child has to bend back and forth, squat down, pick up, stand on a limited surface to maintain balance, etc., and the whole body gets exercise. 7. Shoulder push-ups are strength training. Because I didn’t pick too many strength exercises this time, I put them first. With your child in a push-up position, alternate your left and right hands to touch your shoulders. Especially exercise upper body strength. Parents can also try it. Reaction speed category 8. Catch the ball. Let the child quickly catch the tennis ball or sandbag or balloon thrown by the adult. The tennis ball can be bounced, and the sandbag or balloon can be thrown from the top of the head and let the child catch it before landing. Exercise attention and reflexesresponse speed. 9. Chasing bubbles is a responsive game suitable for both older children and babies. It can mobilize the child\’s whole body to move. Even babies who are just a few months old and can crawl can still train their eyes to follow. 10. The whole family can play with the balloons that do not fall to the ground and are very maneuverable. Be careful not to over-inflate the balloon. If you want to challenge the difficulty, you can add more balloons according to the number of people, put 2 or 3 balloons… without letting them fall to the ground. 11. One net does not catch any fish. Children sit in a designated place. When the \”fishing net\” runs out, throw it away as quickly as possible to avoid being caught. We don’t have fishing nets at home, so we can use pillow towels, small blankets, and clothes instead. Sports Precision Category 12. To catch the falling pieces of paper, choose a piece of paper with moderate thickness and weight. It is recommended to cut it to 64 kilometres or smaller. Give the child a bucket, throw the paper up, and let the child use the bucket to catch the falling pieces. Paper. Because the paper is lightweight, children can practice coordination and precision by chasing after it as it falls. The animation appears to be fast due to the number of frames, while the original paper floats at a moderate speed ▽ 13. Whose Smelly Shoes This game is very easy to operate, just one shoe (for a good challenge, you can start with dad’s big shoes) and a few small balls. Set a good distance, ask to throw the ball into the shoe at once, and take turns to see who hits more. 14. Ring making is a game that children like, and the whole family can participate in the game together. The tools used for this ferrule can be made by yourself, just use a toilet paper tube or a potato chip bucket + a paper plate left over from eating cake. Remember to add a weight to the bottom of the paper tube to prevent it from falling easily. 15. Pick up things along the way. Common running competitions only pursue speed. This can exercise precision and eye-hand coordination. The objects placed along the way can be paper plates with holes cut out from the bottom, or small objects from home for easy removal by the children. 16. Catch flies and release a few ping pong balls, and let the children chase them with a fly swatter. The point system is to see who can hit more balls. Mobilize the whole body and exercise eye-hand coordination and reflexes. 17. Track and shoot the ball practice. Let the children beat the ball and continue to follow the circle (there is a string tied to the hula hoop and the adult is dragging it). It can exercise children\’s physical coordination and accuracy. Especially suitable for children who are starting to learn basketball. In the process of searching for materials on body balance, I found that body balance is very important in American children\’s physical education classes, and there are many exercise methods. But recalling my physical education classes as a child, there was very little practice in this area. Balance activities don’t require much space and we can do them at home. 18. Stacking and balancing. If you have yoga bricks, EVA building blocks, or old books at home (although some people may be reluctant to part with them like me), you can use anything that you can stack and step on for your children. Let the children build it by themselves, learn how to make it stable, and then stand on it to practice balance, killing two birds with one stone. 19. Soft Ground Balancing + Single-Leg Hop In addition to balancing on hard ground, you can also increase the difficulty. Try letting your child balance on soft ground, such as a mattress. In addition, jumping on one leg on the flat ground is also a very good balance exercise! 20. Picking up objects with one foot While maintaining balance on one foot, pick up objects on the ground and place them. 21. One footRope coiling This is an activity I particularly like. Give the child a rope and coil the rope while jumping on one foot. Use balance and skills at the same time! 22. It is a very easy game to transport building blocks with the back of your hand. You can use the building blocks, mini cars and dolls at home. Put them on the back of your hand and transport them from one table to another. See who can transport more. You can’t drop it in the middle. If you drop it, you have to start from the beginning! Obstacle category 23. Obstacle running places some obstacle objects and runs from one end to the other without knocking them over. 24. Bravely venture into forbidden areas and set up obstacles in your home, requiring no part of your body to hit them. It is difficult to arrange our home like the picture above, but it is still possible to make it like the picture below. Put playing cards on the yarn, one person says the question, such as \”5+4=?\”, and the other person looks for the answer card. Mental and physical strength, observation and skill are all used. 25. Pushing the ball over obstacles is more difficult than running the obstacles by yourself. Give the child a stick (my broom handle is removable) and let the child push the ball around the obstacles. Utilizing Stairs 26. Use bottles to dribble up and down stairs. Stairs can also be used. Find a used bottle, preferably a plastic Coke or mineral water bottle with a narrow mouth, and hold the tennis ball against the mouth of the bottle. When walking down the stairs, the ball cannot fall. After coming down, walk back and see how many times you can successfully challenge it. 27. Stair Tracking Balloon Throw a balloon when you set off. Try to catch it before it hits the ground and catch it. Then throw it out again, go upstairs again, repeat. See who fails less and is faster. 28. Going down the stairs backwards is a challenge we haven’t usually tried. Remember to slow down when playing this game. Mom and dad shout the sign below: 1~~~2~~~3~~~ to ensure safety. Tell your children that this game is not about speed, but about the coordination of our limbs, so don’t compete with other children when parents are not around! Confrontation and Cooperation Category 29. Hula Hoop Chicken Fighting Two people have one foot, one is inside the circle and the other is outside the circle. When people outside the circle attack, they have to push the opponent out of the circle, while people inside the circle defend. If the defender is pushed out of the circle, he or she loses; whoever\’s foot hits the ground first in this process also loses. 30. The yoga ball sumo kids push their dad together, with a yoga ball in the middle as a buffer. Because the spherical body disperses the force, it’s not easy! If you don’t have a yoga ball at home, you can also use the cushion sumo I shared before. Two big daddy T-shirts, stuff a cushion on the front and back, and it’s ready to go! Now find a soft venue, such as a carpet or a floor mat, and let’s have a try! 31. Indoor sledding is a game that can be completed with a towel and a hula hoop, and both children will exercise their strength. Remember to clear the living room in advance! 32. Indoor snowball fight is something I have shared with you before. It can be played with scrap newspapers. Children can squat down, pick it up, aim, and throw it, and the whole body can move! 33. In the plastic bottle football game, each child has two Coke bottles/mineral water bottles to use to hit the football (preferably an inflatable ball that can also be used by babies, which is relatively light and easy to hit, andnot hurtful). The more people there are, the more fun it is, and parents can join in. Warm up before the game. Finally, I would like to remind everyone that before taking your children to exercise at home, you must remember to warm up, stretch, and take various free movements. Your children will definitely be willing to go \”crazy\” with you. Although I tried my best to find sports games that are safe and easy to operate at home, there may be some things that everyone doesn’t have at home, so I also looked for games that don’t require any props and can be played by children and adults together. Parent-child sex.