Alternate high knee skipping 10 m
Side shuffle 10 m
Bear crawl 10 m
Frog leaps 10m
1 minute leg swings forward and back
1 min arm swings forward and back
T plank Hold practice, supporting arm is held straight and pushing into the ground, body should be held as tight and flat at possible (show how to use top leg as a kickstand to create support as needed)
For 8-10 minutes
12 jumping jacks
6 frog leaps
3 T plank holds each side
2 minutes tap a ball and keep it in the air using only one hand, foot or knee
Ask child to draw up to 5 m of a continuous chalk line, which can contain straight lines, curly lines, angles as they desire. Once the continuous line is created child moves along the line in any fashion, skipping, side shuffling, dancing, hopping, running backwards, etc. When play involves multiple children, take turns one at a time, play can include each child being asked to repeat the movement pattern used by the preceding child.
Direction and difficulty can be provided such that movement must contain an element such only using one leg, or must include a jump or a spin, done backwards, with a math problem, while singing, etc.
If no chalk is available, or you cannot go outside, a long rope may be used and moved to create the desired shape to follow.