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Keeping Kids Physically Active Can Be Simple and Fun
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Getting kids physically active before and after school
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How to get kids moving: expand, extend, and enhance physical activity opportunities
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The importance of being physically active Smartkids
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Healthy Living Series – Physical Activity for Young Children
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As a parent, you can lobby your child’s school to add more time for PE, recess, and in-class movement. Additionally, aim to incorporate more physical activity into your child’s day, such as taking family walks, instituting after dinner dance parties, and. At the end of the assessment you can get a six-step plan of action, including a report on how your child’s school ranks. Plus, you can find out how to apply for grant money for equipment, or. There are lots of quick ways for kids to fit in a little activity before school.
Walking the dog. Doing morning stretches or yoga. Dancing around the living room.
Walking or biking to school. (Skateboarding, riding a scooter, rollerblading, and wheelchair walking count, too!). Perhaps the best way to get your kids to be physically active is to have them sign up for sports at school. These sports will not only keep your kids active, but engaged and social. Allow your child to choose a sport or team to join. 2 days ago · With so much pressure to make sure our kids aren’t falling behind in academics, it can be easy to overlook an equally vital part of the school day: physical education.
When school is in session, if your children can walk or bike to and from school, they will get many of the physical and mental benefits of being active, while you save on trips to the gas station. When school is not in session, walk or bike with your kids when you can and organize family walking or bicycling trips around the block. Put on some music and dance: Show kids an easy way to get exercise is to put on music and dance. Ask them what kind of music they would like for a dance session, and turn on your radio, or, if possible, turn your tv to a music station and get moving! See if your kids can think up their own simple dance routine to demonstrate.
Chiropractor and dance instructor Stephen Gray talks to us about the importance of keeping children active during or after school and shows us some techniques to help them move. Middle and high school PE programs should focus on keeping kids motivated to stay active. Because adolescents are more motivated to be physically active when they feel like they’re in control of.
Active Families: Engage in physical activity each day: a total of 60 minutes for children, 30 minutes for adults. Active Schools: A variety of opportunities are available for schools to add more physical activity into the school day, including additional physical education classes, before–and afterschool programs, recess, and opening school facilities for student and family.
List of related literature:
|from Long-Term Athlete Development|
|from Primary Mathematics|
|from Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children|
|from Complete Guide to Sport Education|
|from Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice|
|from Case-Smith’s Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents E-Book|
|from Examination Paediatrics|
|from Lewis’s Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume|
|from Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family|
|from Mindfulness in the Classroom: Strategies for Promoting Concentration, Compassion, and Calm|