February 17, 2020


Ready Steady Go Kids and PJ Masks are joining forces in a partnership designed to encourage young kids to get active, while developing gross and fine motor skills.

The partnership will include a circuit that will run in Term 1 2020 as part of the Ready Steady Go Kids program.

The PJ Masks Circuit will have children testing their agility, balance and coordination: kids will jump, leap and speed round the course like Catboy; swoop, tippy toe and fly like Owlette and test their aim, their grip and their throwing skills like Gekko!

According to Paediatric Occupational Therapist, Carmen Dodds, having pre-schoolers participate in a regular structured multi-sports program like Ready Steady Go Kids supports school readiness.

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“By teaching pre-schoolers to take instruction and direction from others; taking turns; sharing equipment; cheering on team mates; participating in a group setting and ultimately having fun and getting enjoyment from playing sport, they are developing crucial skills to take the next important steps in their lives.”

Pj Masks Skills

The PJ Masks Circuit has been developed by the experts at Ready Steady Go Kids to explore the skills shown by the lead characters in the show.

“Kids love to learn new skills, and we’re making it even more exciting by getting the PJ Masks characters involved,” Ready Steady Go Kids Director, Danie O’Connor said.

“The PJ Masks show centres around themes of teamwork, problem solving, belonging and being active, making it the perfect partner for us. And if we can use the power of PJ Masks to further a love of being active, we are setting our kids in good stead for the future.”

For more information and to enrol go to: www.readysteadygokids.com.au

A favourite with pre-schoolers around the globe, the PJ Masks are on their way, into the night to save the day!  By day, six-year old Connor, Amaya and Greg go to school like everyone else.  As night falls, they put on their PJs, activate their amulets and magically transform into heroes, Catboy, Owlette and Gekko – the PJ Masks!

PJ Masks Series 3 airs daily on Disney Junior, and Series 2 airs daily on ABC Kids and following on ABC Kids iView.

Who is your kids favourite PJ Masks hero? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • Didn’t know about this for now and just googled them.
    I’ll be enrolling my toddler next year – thank you!
    She just recently got into PJ Masks as I gave her a toy I got for Christmas for someone else where you couldnt choose which character and she got Owlet.


  • I guess this fell over too once the pandemic hit. My kds like PJ Masks but aren’t wild fans.


  • Great for the younger age group


  • My grandson was a PJMasks fan, CatBoy was his favourite. I think he’s moved onto Paw Patrol at the moment. He would have loved this, watching it anyway, I doubt he would have participated


  • This looks fun, neither of mine are into this


  • My son loves cat boy!


  • At least it’s a way to get the children moving! Thanks for sharing.


  • Only my nearly 10yr old watches television here and she’s past the age of pj masks


  • Kids would love this and pj masks included


  • My kids aren’t fans of PJ Masks at all.


  • My son watched that today for 1st time…not sure if he liked it or not


  • My grandson use to love CatBoy, then he switched to Gekko for a short time, now he’s crazy about Paw Patrol. Can’t keep up


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