- Read about The Daily Mile at Home
- Learn how The Daily Mile adheres to social distancing guidelines
- Share The Daily Mile Homework Assignment (English or Spanish) to help students stay safe while being active.
While the last couple years have looked different from others, the need to give kids opportunities to be physically active is the same. Physical activity is essential for students, whether they're learning in the classroom or at home. Research shows that, depending on intensity, physical activity sessions lasting just 11 to 20 minutes can have almost immediate positive impacts, so learn why and how to get your students moving with the resources below:
One of the simplest ways to get kids moving during the school day is through The Daily Mile, a free, school-based program that encourages children to run or jog at their own pace for fifteen minutes every day to improve their health, concentration and learning. The best part? It can be implemented no matter if students are at home or in school.
To provide as many opportunities for kids to move as possible, we created a page of resources so your students can get the daily physical activity they need.
We’re here to ensure you and your students, children and patients are equipped with the resources to be physically active. Unsure what the best fit is for you? Contact us and we can help you get started. You can also learn more about our work in our Learning Center and News and Events.