Learners participate in stations representing times throughout the day when they can be active.
Move many times, many ways, and in many places each day.
To "move" is to be active throughout the day. Being active doesn’t mean just exercising! When you are active, you strengthen your bones and muscles and give your energy a boost. And as a bonus, after you are active, it is easier to concentrate and learn!
The number one thing you need to know is that moving, many times, many ways, and in many places each day makes your body stronger and lights up your brain!
Today’s activity will give you ideas for the many ways you can choose to move at school, at home, and during free time.
Teacher Note: During discussion, talk about how friends and family can have a positive or negative influence on move choices. Encourage learners to understand that if they make positive MOVE choices, they will be a positive influence for others!