Have fun recalling favorite moments and games played during fitClub. If time allows, let kids replay their favorite fitClub game and share what they learned.
Give kids the opportunity to replay their favorite fitClub games.
Q: What does it mean to be fit?
A: Listen for kids' examples of recharge, mood, food, and move choices.
Take a moment to think about what you can tell a family member or friend about what it means to be fit. (Pause to allow time for kids to come up with their answer.) Now, let's get into small groups of 4 or 5 and sit in a circle and we will pass it on! Some people refer to this game as the "telephone game."
One kid in the group will whisper to the kid on their left (the listener) what they would say to a friend or family member about what it means to be fit. Next, the listener passes the message to the kid on their left. Messages continue around the circle until the last kid announces the message to the entire group. Is the message the same at the end?
Once a message has gone around the circle, start again with another kid sharing their message. Play continues until all group members have shared their fit messages.
Note: If time allows, continue with bonus activity. Alternatively, get ready to hand out certificates.
Q: What are some of the important messages about being fit you will pass on?
A: Kids share their messages to help others make fit choices.
Introduce healthy bedtime routines to kids. Part of this routine is creating a sleep zone. Kids will connect sleep zones with bedtime routines.See Unit
Kids will learn about the "sleep zone," which is an environment conducive to sleep. When a sleep zone is paired with a bedtime routine, it will help kids recharge each night.See Unit