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| Children's Activity Pyramid
By Barbara Willenberg
Aug 25, 2008, 11:26 PST
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Associate State Food and Nutrition Specialist
Have FUN and be active
each week by trying some of these activities...
With your family
- go biking
- take a walk together
- play at the park
- have a "turn-off-the-TV-day"
- play games like dodge
ball or tag
- dance to your favorite
- play a team sport at
school or at a park
- jump rope
- fly a kite
- do cartwheels
- shoot baskets
What activities can you
think of to have more fun?
This is your own personal physical activity pyramid. List your physical activities
for a week.
Or draw and color a picture of you doing your activity in the correct space.
Tip for parents!
You can encourage your children
to be more active by making time for physical activities as a family.
Families that play together stay healthier together!
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