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Did you know that the CDC recommends that
children move/exercise for 60 minutes a day? 

See this month's article connection below and then
follow along with Click™ to make movement and
exercise easy and fun.



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This Month's Activities
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Kids Health.org recommends a focus on a combination of different exercises for children that includes a variety of activity to build endurance, strength and flexibility.  

"Combining regular physical activity with a healthy diet is the key to a healthy lifestyle." ~ KidsHealth.org*


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Did you know that the CDC recommends that
children move/exercise for 60 minutes a day? 

"The evidence is clear—physical activity fosters normal growth and development, can reduce the risk of various chronic diseases, and can make people feel better, function better, and sleep better." - The CDC

Stay tuned! Every month we will link a new article to serve as a resource for your family.*


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This Month's Activities
Click on each photo to learn about the activity, get directions and/or print the free games!
S-t-r-e-t-c-h
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Dice Game
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“I Spy” Nature Walk
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Hot Potato Game
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Ribbon Dancing
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Click™'s Movement Downloadable Charts

Select a chart based on your child's age and/or your daily routine. These charts are used in schools, but they can be used at home too. 

The first chart is geared toward Pre-K programs and is adaptable for busy lifestyles.

The second chart is used for K through 5 classrooms, but is adaptable for stay at home families.***


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*NOTE: Resources are shared here. This site does not make specific recommendations and/or claims. You should always check with your health provider.

**NOTE: While we share creative movement options and ideas, you are responsible for your and your child's limitations and/or own experiences. Always check with a healthcare provider with any questions you may have.

***NOTE: This chart does not represent any specific recommendations - it encourages, but does not require movement.  It is simply a tracking tool for you to use at your own discretion.