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The Houston Texans and our partners have compiled these free digital education resources for parents, kids and teachers to help kids Huddle At Home to stay active and keep their skills sharp. The resources below are designed to bring some football and fun to every home across Houston and beyond. We hope these activities are helpful during this challenging time.

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Houston Texans Cheerleaders, Ambassadors and players teamed up to read a variety of children's books to help inspire Texans parents and kids to keep learning and reading throughout the experience of COVID-19. Click below to hear Texans celebrities read your favorite books!

TORO is challenging kids to read for 30 minutes a day for 30 days in April! Take part in TORO's Reading Challenge presented by First Community Credit Union by signing up to download the FREE reading log where you can track your progress and be entered into the running for prizes! Are you up for the challenge?

TORO's Math Drills presented by ConocoPhillips is an educational video series designed to challenge 3rd and 4th grade students. Covering subjects like fractions, multiplication, division, place value and money, TORO's Math Drills will help your students and kids tackle math through fun and exciting football examples. It's a great way to keep math skills sharp and have fun with the best mascot in the NFL – TORO!

The Houston Texans and Schlumberger have teamed up to create the Texans Stats Challenge, a math program for 6th grade students to improve their math skills using the game of football.

The Stats Challenge was written for classroom learning, but, is open to all! Parents, use our fun videos, worksheets, and answer guides at home to make math fun!

The NFL, in partnership with United Way Worldwide, is providing access to two digital learning tools for middle and high school students: Character Playbook: Healthy Relationships & Character Playbook: Mental Wellness Basics. The two programs help teach youth how to cultivate and maintain healthy relationships and to help parents and educators foster mental wellness in high school students.

The PLAY 60 program encourages kids to be physically active for 60 minutes a day in order to start healthy habits at a young age. The Texans and Texas Children's Hospital want to see how you and your family PLAY 60 at home.

Upload a video or photos of you and your family with the hashtag #TCHPLAY60 and fill out the entry form here to be registered to win a Texans VIP Experience and NRG Stadium Tour.

Kids ages 6-12 are eligible to participate. Print out the activity tracker and get started!

Check out PLAY 60 Family Activities too!

Fuel Up to Play 60 has curated digital, at-home health and wellness content to deploy across its channels. These resources will help make tools to lead healthy lifestyles outside of the school building more accessible for students and teachers.

TORO is everyone's favorite adora-BULL mascot! Print out these coloring sheets and TORO's activity book for kids to color, create, and enjoy at home!

Don't forget to share your masterpieces with TORO on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!

An important part of the Hall of Fame's Youth & Education Program are the pre- and post-visit classroom exercises provided through the Hall of Fame's Teacher Activity Guide and NFL team versions. These activity guides include hundreds of interdisciplinary classroom exercises aligned with Common Core/National Standards of Education in language arts, science, family and consumer sciences, social studies, visual art, technology, physical education, and mathematics

The NFL and several of its charitable partners have made digital education and wellness resources available for free for teachers, parents and students across the country to utilize during this unprecedented time when alternate forms of learning are needed. The full list of available resources can be found at the link below.