Kids On The Move


6 Questions To Ask About Your Child’s Recess

Every school’s recess period is a critical part of the school day. A healthy recess – one where every kid gets to play – can send students back to class happy, refreshed and ready to learn.

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Reduce Screen Time & Get Moving

Did you know that, on average, teens spend approximately 7 hours each day watching TV, playing video games, using the computer, and/ or texting? With tablets, cell phones, computers, and TV’s a part of many children’s daily routine, screen time has reached an all-time high. Decreasing the amount of time your child spends using technology, can help them have better health, better sleep and better grades!

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Be an Active Family

Being active as a family can be fun and offers great health benefits for everyone. Use these ten tips to learn how to get your family active!

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14 Ways to Get Kids Moving

When exercise is a regular part of the family’s activities, everyone wins! Motivate your kids to get off the couch and get moving. There are so many ways to get active and have fun. To add an extra boost of motivation, try adding in goals or a family-friendly competition.

Parents can play a key role in helping their child become more physically active. Take a look at these ideas to help get your children moving.

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For The Kids

Trying to find ways to get your kids away from the computer and away from the screen?  Well these sites are here to get your family active.  So turn on that computer and get ready to move!

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