The Premier League is continuing to support families and teachers in lockdown by providing free, weekly home-learning activities.
Suitable for five to 11-year-olds, the new Premier League Primary Stars Weekly Challenges have a theme of health and wellbeing, and are supported by curriculum-linked resources.
Being active can boost your mood and make you feel more positive, so CBBC presenter Ben Shires has set this week's challenge based around encouraging activity.
"When doing exercise, we can push our body to its limit, which is why it is essential we warm up beforehand," says Shires.
"So, for this week, we want you to come up with a fun warm-up routine that gets the heart rate rising and ends with a Super Move.
"Once you've perfected your Super Movers routine, why not share a video of you performing it with us on social media?
Before you start, here are some things to consider.
For more information on the Super Movers Warm-Up challenge, head to the Premier League Primary Stars Weekly Challenges page.
You can watch Burnley's James Tarkowski and Matt Lowton take part in a Super Movers matchday warm-up activity to inspire your own movement.
To learn more about what Super Moves are, head to the BBC's Super Movers page, where there are a range of fun, educational videos that encourage children to participate in programmes and improve their daily routine.
Part 1: Dan Walker - Write a poem to stay connected
Part 2: Dr Alex George - Draw an act of kindness
Part 3: Roman Kemp - Plan a daily routine to stay healthy
Part 4: Helena Pielichaty - Create a character who inspires others
Part 5: Katie Thistleton - Become an internet detective
Part 7: Ashley Williams - Create a motivational team talk