Play At Home: Games to Keep Children Healthy, Active and Engaged

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For 20 years Right To Play has used the power of play in all of its forms to teach children how to protect themselves from disease and illness and to build the resilience they need to stay healthy in mind and body.

In the midst of the pandemic, we have adapted our games for children to play at home with their families to cope with the challenges of this crisis and beyond. There are games that help them understand why handwashing and social distancing are important; and games that give fun activities to support learning and alleviate psychological stress.

Check out some of these games below and keep your body and mind active.

As children across the world are now affected by the same crisis, these games provide families with great activities to do together. So get playing and tag us in your photos and videos on social media using #PlayAtHome and #RightToPlay.

“Life is more fun if you play games.” - Roald Dahl