Welcome to the TRPR virtual recreation center! This is your place for links to activities, education, and resources during this time of social distancing and to provide recreation programs for all ages to do in the comfort and safety of their home. We are committed to ensuring that our community have resources to maintain healthy, happy lives and continue to have unique experiences. While we miss seeing you on a daily basis, it is our goal to bring resources right to you and your families with the hope of making it easier for you to prioritize your health and well-being. Visit this page often or follow us on Facebook for new updates and ideas to keep you and your loved ones healthy, entertained, and informed. Have a great idea or resource you’d like to share? Email us at email@example.com.
Being able to be fit and active during this time is an important way to stay healthy and boost our immune systems. We know you are not able to join us at the MAC or the JAC to take a fitness class right now, BUT we have a solution!
To minimize social interaction and maximize self-care, TRPR will be offering regularly scheduled “virtual fitness classes.
- Virtual Yoga with Miranda (check back each week for updated schedule) Email Miranda at TRPRyoga@outlook.com to sign up for class and receive Zoom login information.
June Mornings (45 min):
Mondays – 9:00 am
Thursdays – 9:00 am
Fridays – 9:00 am
June Evenings (45 min):
Wednesdays – 6:000 pm
Thursdays – 6:00 pm
*May be practiced with or without hand weights
- Join Laura for a “CARDIO & STRENGTH WORKOUT” – A total body, cardio and strength training class that uses body weight and dumbbells to build a strong, fit body and confident mind.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday @ 7 am
- Zoom Class – Meeting ID: 132 286 537 Password: 934225
- Dance2Fit – Ready for our new adult dance class to begin? We sure are! In the mean time, practice the routines in the comfort of your home! A new video will be released each week. What is Dance2Fit? Think of combining dance, good music and exercise all into one! This fun, energetic dance class uses popular hip-hop music to create a rewarding full-body workout in an encouraging and positive environment. Register by email at TRPRDance@outlook.com FREE CLASS WHEN – 6/9 and 6/23
- Do Yoga with Me – Free yoga videos
- Fitness Blender – Variety of free fitness videos
- Nike Training Club – App filled with free fitness videos
- Jazzercise – On demand cardio classes
- Fitness Blender for Kids – Free fitness videos
- Cosmic Kids Yoga – Kid friendly videos
- Sworkit – Kid friendly workouts
- Beachbody wants to help families stay healthy and sane by offering some fun ways to expend energy together. Head to https://vimeo.com/showcase/6880106 and take advantage of these fun and free Beachbody Kids Workouts.
Did you know that the current guidelines allow for individuals to engage in outdoor activity, provided the individuals comply with the Social Distancing. Here’s a few ideas (don’t forget your Social Distance rules!).
- Visit a local park. Parks are free and have great walking trails and open space to maintain Social Distance. Walk or bike through your local park to get a little Vitamin D.
- Walk/run around your neighborhood and say hi (from a distance) to all of your neighbors who are getting outside too.
- Try our Scavenger Hunt.
- DIY activities and more help kids get outside and make the most of their early learning years thanks to Tinkergarten.
- Go for a drive.
- Ride your bike
- Decorate your sidewalk or driveway with sidewalk chalk
- Play in your yard
- Shoot some hoops in your driveway
- Play a game of hide and seek
FOR THE KIDS (OR KIDS AT HEART)
- Hold a virtual play date through Facetime.
- Learn to Draw with Art for Kids Hub.
- Plant a cone flower or grow your own peas. A guide to gardening for kids has the answers to your questions.
- Bop along with Jack Hartmann, his kids music channel teaches sign language, classic kid’s songs, and the alphabet.
- Want to learn about the moon phase or weather of the day? Explore the Farmer’s Almanac for Kids.
- Teach a young person how to write and send a letter.
- Visit the Smithsonian National Zoo and all their adorable animals.
- Play musical instruments online at Virtual Musical Instruments.
- Take a Virtual Vacation – Explore the world using Google Earth! Use Street View to see places like you’re actually there.
- Amazed by the questions your kids ask? How DO you explain the water cycle to a 4 year old? Just ask Kids vs. Life.
- Want educational songs for teaching young minds? Scratch Garden has you covered!
- Activities for all ages at the Busy Toddler. Their motto: Making it to Naps, One Activity at a Time!
- The Magic Tree House has interactive games based on the adventures of Jack and Annie.
- Randomly generate a story starter. The possibilities are endless!
- Fish and bears and looms, oh my! Alaskan Wildlife Viewing webcams let you watch them all.
- Explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover.
- The San Diego Zoo has lots of games, videos, and activities for kids.
- Head to the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach through their webcams.
- Fairy tales and classic stories are brought back to life through Little Fox.
- Visit one of many museums around the world through their virtual tours.
- Watch Pig Cam courtesy of Centennial Farm in Costa Mesa.
- Tour Yellowstone National Park!
- Daily Doodle lessons by Mo Willems.
- Explore animals and geography with National Geographic Kids.
- Take a virtual trip to the Great Wall of China and see history come to life.
- Travel to Paris, France and see artwork at The Louvre on a virtual field trip.
- Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?
- Educational Resources for the little ones
- Toddler and preschool ideas at Preschool Inspirations
- Crafts, projects, recipes, and more for young children at Funology
- Starfall Phonics Skills
- Fun games, recipes, activities, and crafts with Highlights Kids
- Crafts, activities, mazes, and dot-to-dot worksheets
- Printable worksheets for toddlers
- Read, play games, or hang out with Dr. Seuss
Although we’re all social distancing physically, as humans we need to stay connected emotionally. Try one or two of these out every day.
- Call a friend or relative you haven’t spoken to in a while to check in.
- Write a letter … the ol’ fashioned way, with a pen/pencil and paper.
- Facetime a friend or loved one to check on them.
- Support a local restaurant. Many restaurants are still open for take out or delivery orders. Support your favorite joints and order food for pick up or try out Doordash or Ubereats and have it brought to you.
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
- Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, and get plenty of sleep. Make time to unwind.
- Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.
- Work on Mindfulness. Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgment. Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.
- Town of Milliken – Visit the Town’s page for COVID-19 for up to date information
- Town of Johnstown – Visit the Town’s dedicated page for COVID-19 for up to date information
- Weld RE-5J School District – This link will take you to Weld RE-5J dedicated page on COVID-19 info
- Weld County Public Health – This is the lead agency in Weld County directing our community’s response to COVID-19
- Colorado Department of Public Health – State of Colorado COVID-19 updates
- Stay at Home Colorado a stay at home guide for Colorado
- Centers for Disease Control – CDC’s COVID-19 site