Rotate through station activities to learn about healthy choices to replace screen time.
Skip the screens and make a fit choice!
Partner learners. Use guidelines in Teacher's Guide for options to set up partners. Learners stand on opposite sides of a line, approximately 10 to15 feet apart. Call out an action from the list below. Learners then walk (or teacher-selected locomotor movement) to the center to meet their partner. After completing the action, each partner returns to their original place.
Say: Let’s talk about how we can move throughout the day!
You just told each other about ways you choose to be active. Did anyone mention a video game, TV, computer, or other form of screen time?
Screen time can interfere with physical activity. Today we are going to learn more about all the things we can do, instead of screen time, to move throughout the day.
The number one thing you need to know is that replacing screen time with physical activity will benefit your body and brain!
Let’s get moving!
Name 3 ways you will move today.
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