Current events have required changes in our routines and cancellations of events and activities. This has all dramatically impacted all of our lives.
Now imagine being a child…
Their routines are disrupted for the foreseeable future, and parents and guardians are scrambling to craft a “new normal” at home. There have been countless resources for parents about homeschooling, social-distancing practices and trendy new words to learn such as “quarantine” and “pandemic.”
But what about ways to keep your kids active and healthy? The World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention both recommend children and adolescents perform at least 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity daily with many educators recommend breaking that into multiple sessions.
As they are developing, kids’ bodies are built to move! And the benefits are not just for them physically, but also mentally and emotionally. Check out the link below for five amazing tips!