Playworks broadcasted Play at Home Recess 3x a day, every weekday on Facebook . These videos including stretching and warm-ups, interactive games, cheers, and cooldown activities.You can also find a full archive of 150+ Play at Home Recess videos on our Facebook Playlist and our Youtube Playlist.
Easy to learn & play game tutorials
Below are tutorial videos that will teach you games that can be played in your home, with little to no equipment. In just minutes you and your family can be getting active and having fun.
Get friends & family playing
Take the Popcorn Challenge
How many claps can you reach? After you learn how to play Popcorn, record your family playing and upload the video to social media, then challenge friends to play along!
Share your post by tagging @Playworks and #PlayworksAtHome.
Adults: Find your Work Play Balance
Playworks has developed Work Play Balance, a playbook designed to leverage play to engage adults (with or without kids) working at home during COVID-19.
Learn to play lively virtual group games that foster collaboration and teamwork—skills as vital for children as they are for adults.
You can also experience the power of play as a virtual team with Playworks Virtual Corporate recess. Learn more by contacting Playworks at email@example.com and letting us know about your organization and goals.
Playworks is the leading national nonprofit leveraging the power of play to transform children’s social and emotional health. We are changing school culture by leveraging the power of safe, fun, and healthy play at school every day.
We create a place for every kid on the playground to feel included, be active, and build valuable social and emotional skills. Playworks partners with schools, districts, and afterschool programs to provide a service or mix of services including on-site coaches, professional training for school staff who support recess, and consultative partnerships.
Last spring, all Playworks schools closed. While schools were closed, families looked for ways to keep their kids engaged, active, and having fun. Many elementary schools across the country are had remote classes for the first time. While schools are going virtual, teachers are looking for support with keeping kids engaged and support for keeping kids engaged online.