Fun Fitness Activities

Currently, over three million children worldwide are benefiting from The Daily Mile. Join the mission to keep your children and students active with these free resources.

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The Daily Mile is a 15-minute outdoor physical activity program where kids run, jog, walk, or roll. It is a life-changing opportunity for children and the adults who lead them. Created by an elementary school principal and her students, it is proven, effective, and sustainable. The Daily Mile is 100% free for your school family … forever. This fun physical activity requires no equipment, lesson plans, or special training. All preschools, elementary schools, homeschools, & daycares are welcome to join!

 Use the resources below to incorporate The Daily Mile into fun fitness activities! 

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The Daily Mile March Madness Challenge 

March Madness

March Madness

March Madness is upon us and dominating schools for many! Incorporate the energy into your class by downloading The Daily Mile March Madness challenge! Quadrants are divided into social, emotional, mental, and physical challenges. Have students complete each challenge and vote on their favorite!

The Final Four Poster

Celebrate The Road to the Final Four with the Final Four Poster!

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The Daily Mile’s Athlete Challenge 

Athlete Challenge

Challenge kids to Do The Daily Mile for 4 days, then 8 days, and build up to 14 days. After they have successfully completed the challenge, print the Bronze, Silver, or Gold medal certificate to celebrate their achievement!

 

Athlete Tracker

Challenge kids to train to become an athlete by making The Daily Mile part of their routine! Download and print this 14-Day Countdown Tracker. Have your child or student color, check off, or put a sticker over each medal when they complete The Daily Mile that day. 

 

Weekly Self-Assessment

Check your child’s or student’s progress with The Daily Mile. Have kids draw a mark under each category to show how well they perform: Good (Bronze), Better (Silver), or Best (Gold). Kids should complete the assessment after doing The Daily Mile at least three times in one week with the goal of continuing to improve themselves!

 

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