Play At Home

If you are staying at home or it's a rainy day, you can find plenty of activities here to keep you active, engaged and connected!

Read on for ways to stay physically and mentally healthy, including activity pages, educational trivia, workouts and peaceful nature moments.


Virtual Leisure Classes

Many of our leisure class instructors and community partners have come on board - and online - to bring you recreation programs and classes that you can do right at home.

Make sure you check the schedule for updates before you log on!

Tai Chi at IPRC

Virtual Classes For Senior Adults via Zoom

Bollywood X with Raj
Learn Bollywood moves twice per week.
Tues. at 9:30 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 714 1622 8270 / Password: rajbollyx
Fri. at 10 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 780 7236 4227 / Password: rajbollyx

Healing Dahn Yoga with Uzii
Uzii will be guiding participants through Dahn Yoga twice.
Mon. at 2 p.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 829 5427 1342 / Password: 987654
Thurs. at 2 p.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 858 2645 8952 / Password: 580500

Stretch & Tone with Unna
Unna offers stretch and tone class twice per week.
Tues. & Thurs. at 10:30 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 929 7066 0555 / Password: 123456

Strength Training for Seniors
Yaffa guides you through various exercises to strengthen your core and whole being.
Mon. & Fri. at 8:30 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 871 5480 4033 / Password: 695306

Yoga with Maya
Maya teaches yoga specifically for seniors to increase flexibility and mindfulness.
Fri. at 10 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 491 089 1128 / Password: 4MCmzw

Kathy provides Zumba and Zumba combo classes.
Zumba: Wed. at 9:30 a.m. / Zoom Meeting ID606 555 133 / Password: 087618
Cardio Toning: Tues. at 4:45 p.m. / Zoom Meeting ID: 999 110 556 / Password: 019196

Take a Nature Break: Peaceful Moments

Did you know that even looking at photos and videos of nature can have a soothing and calming effect on your mind? 

While you’re at home you can still enjoy a piece of nature during these uncertain times. Relax and let us bring you some peaceful moments your way.

View Peaceful Moments From:
Cullinan Park
Brazos River Park 
Sugar Land Memorial Park
Oyster Creek Park

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Play At Home Activities

Coloring Pages
Coloring is not only beneficial for kids, but adults too! Coloring helps to stay mindful and focused, reduce stress, improve motor skills and vision and can even help improve your sleep! Download and print our original coloring pages and enjoy some fun facts about our parks, too.

Cardinal Coloring Sheet Example

Sugar Land Coloring Art 
by Charles Beyl
Charles Beyl is a local artist who has created works of art for Fort Bend mugs and the Sugar Land Mural at the Imperial Park Recreation Center. Charles has tailored his Sugar Land designs for coloring pages 

Town Square Coloring Page

Crafts and Activities

Sensory Sandbox - Great for staying indoors when it’s too hot or rainy! Toddlers and younger children stay entertained for a long time with this fun activity while improving their sensory skills. All you need is a large storage box or empty sandbox, 2-3 large bags of uncooked rice and toy shovels and buckets to get started!

Word Searches - This original Word Search activity sheet is downloadable, so print it for yourself and find out how many Sugar Land Park names you can find. Perfect for a rainy day!
Park Word Search I
Park Word Search II

Nature Scavenger Hunt - Get outdoors in the fresh air and see how many nature objects can you find in your front and back yard! This nature scavenger hunt is great for warm and sunny days!

Hummingbird Food Recipe - Thanks to our friends over at the Houston Museum of Natural Science for this easy recipe to bring feathered friends to your backyard!

Albert Einstein Quote

Social Distancing at our Parks

We understand the need for physical activity and fresh air, and recognize the many physical and health that benefits parks provide. 

Because of this, our parks, trails and green space in our parks are open; however, some park amenities are closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, including volleyball and basketball courts.

Click on the Social Distancing graphic for full size.

Social Distancing in Parks

Following Guidelines

It’s extremely important to continue following the guidelines recommended by the CDC and Fort Bend County when going outside to ensure that our parks, trails and green spaces can remain open. Take a look at the Social Distancing graphic to keep in mind for your safety and the safety of others when visiting our parks. For the latest updates on facility and park operations related to COVID-19, please visit