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Fun Pedometer Games and Activities for Kids. 1. Set a Daily Step Goal. We’ve all heard that adults should try for 10,000 steps a day. Did you know that for kids, a better goal is 12,000 2. Take a Trip. 3. Check Special-Occasion Mileage.

4. Set up a Family Challenge. Pedometer Lesson Activities. Nature Scavenger Hunt with Pedometers; Super 6 Fitness Stations with Pedometers; Soccer Passing Challenge; Jog and Jump Partner Activity; Pedometer Partner Fitness Fun. Fun Pedometer Games and Activities for Your Kids One of the best girls boarding school in India, Ecole Globle says that, on its own, a pedometer may be an efficient motivating tool for adults; but for children, pedometer games and activities help create movement even a lot of fun. Garmin Vivofit JR Activity Tracker for Kids.

The Vivofit JR is a bit fancier than most pedometers for kids, but it has a lot of features that are great for. other fun, effective lessons that support your learning outcomes. Review the instructions and uses for the pedometer.

2. Brainstorm the activities the students are involved in after school. 3. Compare an active lifestyle to a sedentary lifestyle. 4. Have students wear pedometers.

Balloon Paddle Ball: Use a fly swatter, tennis/badminton racket or make your own paddle using a paper plate and over-sized popsicle stick (or use a. Indoor play places typically feature arcade games, food and small rides. Larger ones may even have laser tag. Mazes. Rock walls.

Slides. Ball pits. A tumbling area or rope course. Lot’s of fun kids activities! #3: Children’s Amusement Centers.

Growing in popularity, a children’s amusement center often features a slew of hands on activities. Your child can use the Smartwatch as a pedometer, take pictures with it, or play one of the built-in games. The Monster Catcher game is one of the standout features. I try to pick activities where I can still move about to safely supervise and provide feedback. You could even empower students to develop their own “meet or beat the teacher” challenge.

Now that sounds like fun! These strategies will work with any pedometer. We’ve put together a long list of indoor games and activities — both big and small — organized by topic that kids are sure to enjoy. Fun food activities for kids.

1. Bake and decorate sugar cookies. 2. Play a game where kids.

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We provided a step counter (inexpensive pedometer) to each participant who wanted to use the game board.

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My patients have a lot of fun with the Individual Pedometer Program.

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For example, provide the child with a pedometer to measure distance walked.

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Another friend gets her kids motivated by setting an oven timer for ten minutes and encouraging them to play “Beat the Clock.”

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FitBit Garden: A mobile game designed to increase physical activity in children.

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BMLK helps children learn to count by engaging in various physical activities as they say the numbers.

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Kids love this game on the playground, but you can also play it in the kitchen to teach young kids about healthy foods.

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  • Is this an advance school or just regular class? Much of what their learning is where my 1-3 graders are not my kindergarten class. Maybe i can try some more advance things outside of colors and animals…