Fun for Life GO
Fun for Life GO helps you stay active, healthy and connected from home.
This new online platform combines ideas from the City of Victoria’s experts in fitness, programming for children and older adults, and outdoor recreation, with links to other helpful resources to help you and your family stay healthy and well.
We miss seeing you at our facilities, and we want residents to know our recreation staff are still here for you even though we can’t get together right now. Physical, mental and emotional wellness are closely connected, and Fun for Life GO supports residents with ideas and information to stay active and connected until we can get together again.
So, find a safe spot and get ready to stay active, healthy and connected with Fun for Life GO!
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Active for Life
A Canadian not-for-profit initiative to help teach children about physical literacy with hundreds of fun activities to keep little ones busy.
The Butchart Gardens – A Virtual Visit
While the world-famous gardens remain closed to the public, daily photos will give you a glimpse at the spring display as it blooms.
Our summer camp partner Byte Camp is doing free lessons on YouTube each weekday! Learn coding, 3D Design, animation and more. The goal is to provide resources for youth to discover new interests and develop creative technology skills.
Add some fun for the kids on a hike. Geocachers will need an account at geocaching.com and a phone app, then get outside and see if you can find some treasure!
Hug-a-Tree and Survive
An AdventureSmart program that helps lost children survive in the woods. It teaches children how not to become lost in the woods, and what to do should they become lost.
JaysCare Unstoppable Kids Challenges
Get involved in daily challenges and have fun while gaining new skills at home. Track your progress and enter to win prizes.
Jumpstart Play from Home
Online resources to enrich the lives of kids through sport and physical activity.
Royal BC Museum
Find plenty of ways to explore B.C.’s natural history and human history, whether you’re browsing from your sofa or tackling schoolwork at your kitchen table.
Ocean Wise Online Ocean
Educators and animal experts at Ocean Wise and the Vancouver Aquarium have compiled resources for kids to learn to care for the ocean – and the animals in it – from the comfort of your living room.
Ontario Physical and Health Education Association
Ophea has put together a collection of health and physical education content to use with your kids to stay healthy and active at home.
Encouraging Canadians to get healthy by getting active since 1971.
ProArtInc 4K Virtual Hikes
Go along on these virtual outdoor hikes to enjoy the beauty of different places all around the world. Go along the path with the filmmaker, soak in the views and the serene atmosphere, listen to soothing nature sounds or relaxing music. For added inspiration, pair with jogging in place or walking around the room.
Sport for Life - Facing COVID-19 Together
A local series of short videos called Physical Literacy at Home that help support parents and guardians and kids to develop physical literacy at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UBC Get Active at Home
Working and studying from home can make reducing your sedentary behaviour slightly challenging. The good news is small changes can have a big impact when it comes to reducing sedentary behaviour and increasing physical activity.
UVic Explore the Great Indoors
The Great Indoors is a place to experience the vibrancy of UVic’s active academic community from the safety of home. This project reflects what happens when faculty, staff, students and alumni are brought together in a labour of community love. Content and conversation educates, entertains, inspires and connects.
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