Fun-filled, youth friendly programme for 5-16 year olds
Y•Isolate is an initiative by the YMCA South & Mid Canterbury team to provide information and resources to keep young people in our community engaged and having fun throughout the National Covid-19 lockdown.
In a time where you can’t do all the things that we are used to. We must think outside the square or in this case bubble. Focus on lessening the stresses of being cooped up, get as much activity as we can.
Jump on over to our Facebook pages YMCASouthandMidCanterbury and YMCAMidCanterbury, for updates on what is happening.
Or look below to a series of links to websites with activities. We’ve listed them in categories as we know everyone has completely different interests.
Arts & Craft Ideas
Sketchpad Programme – Create Your Own Drawings
Colour Mandala – Colouring Book
For Lovers Of Science
10 Easy Experiments For Kids At Home
31 Simple Experiments That Will Surprise You
25 Magic Tricks You Didn’t Know Before
Pingpong Tic Tack Toe and other games
So Sports Your thing
Touch Ep 1 | Passing & Catching Games | Home Advantage
Football Ep 1 | Skills & Drills with NZ Schoolboys Coach Brian Shelley | Home Advantage
Basketball Ep 1 | Dribbling with Tall Black Taylor Britt | Home Advantage
Basketball Ep 2 | Dribbling Drills with Tall Fern, Micaela Cocks | Home Advantage
Golf Ep 1 | Putting with NZ Pro Ryan Fox | Home Advantage
Squash Ep 1 | World No.5 Paul Coll’s Workout | Home Advantage
Nigel Latta – Landing the Bubble
Straight Up Answers When life Sucks – Freephone 24/7 – 0800 111 757 OR Text 5626
Surviving your family while you survive the pandemic
Stay Home, Stay Safe! | Quarantine | Social Distancing |The Dr Binocs Show | Peekaboo Kidz
Protect our Whakapapa – Posters Te Puni Kokiri
Empower your whānau through #manaaki20 Do you want to check in?
Covid 19 Messages from Tagata Pasifica
The Best Online Safety Tips For Lockdown
Want To Create A Diary
Free My Lockdown Diary illustrated by Stephen McCarthy
Create Your Own Music
Create your own compositions at Noteflight
Try recording your own sound at Soundtrap
Check out tutorials on YouTube
The music teacher at Mountainview High School is only to happy to help. If you get stuck, send him a message firstname.lastname@example.org