Help kids stay fit by teaching them the different types of movement that are part of their daily lives.
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Learn What Defines MovementStudents decide which activities are fit move choices.
There Are Many Ways to Move
Your moves do not have to be competitive or vigorous to be fit. You can move many different ways throughout the day. For example, everyday activities (e.g., walking, doing chores, etc.), playing games, and participating in sports are all great ways to move. Just get your body moving!
Check for understanding: How do you choose to move?
Create Movement StatementsDownload the Healthy Choices printable for students to create “I will” statements telling how they will add more physical activity to their day. Discuss what students can do to on their own and when they may need help from an adult.
Time: 20 Minutes
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