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Being active is a key component of good health for all school-age kids. So how do you get kids motivated to be active, especially those who aren't gifted athletes?
You know the importance of exercising and eating nutritious foods, but do you know how to raise a healthy and active child? Get practical advice and tips.
Preschoolers have a lot of energy, and the physical skills and coordination to ride a tricycle or chase a butterfly.
Kids ages 3-5 have tons of energy and are eager to walk, run, dance, and play. It's a great age for exploration too.
Toddlers are learning to talk, to walk and run, and to assert their independence. For many in this age group, "outside" and "play" are common requests.
Organized sports can help kids grow in many ways. Consider your child's age, personality, and abilities to help make sports fun.
One of the most important goals of kids' sports is helping children develop a sense of good sportsmanship. Here's how to set a good example for your kids.
With a properly designed and supervised program, strength training can be a fun way for kids to build healthy muscles, joints, and bones.
By anticipating problems and offering choices, you can teach your toddler healthy eating habits and avoid power struggles about food.