Encourage kids to keep moving when they get home from school. Kids will think about how they can add movement into their time at home.
Move is physical activity. To move is to participate in a sport, play, exercise, or do a leisure activity such as walking. Health experts recommend that youth get at least an hour of physical activity each day, but you do not have to do it all at once! Choosing to move throughout one’s day will benefit both body and brain.
Have kids turn to a partner and talk about what they do when they get home from school. Have partners create a list of things they do when at home.
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Exercises for Kids
Students mimic the actions they prefer:
Movement exercises for Kids to do at Home
The best move choices for home are those that are fun! Decide how you will move at home. Examples include:
Check for understanding: What are your favorite ways to move at home?
Home Movement Choices
Students write or draw move choices they will do at home on the Add Move to Your Day printable. Also, include the name of someone who can help you choose an activity and move with you.
Today we learned about how we can increase our movement while at home. Next, we will look at ideas on how to stay active all day long.
Time: 20 Minutes
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