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4-H Recreation Games & Activities North Dakota 4-H

Fun games to get you up and moving.

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Fitness Circuit Course Action for Healthy Kids

Circuit course filled with fun obstacles to challenge your skills and get your heart pumping.

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Fun Fitness Activities for Kids Canadian AHPERD

Group activities broken up by grade level.

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Indoor Physical Activities for Kids University of Rochester Medical Center

These activities are great for keeping you moving when you're stuck inside.

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Youth Fitness: Games for Kids American Council on Exercise

Website with links to 4 videos showing how to play fun fitness games for kids.

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Time Well Spent Anthem

Toolkit focused on building a healthy, productive workforce. Includes strategic planning, communication tools/webinars, and employee education resources on prevention, living well, and eating healthy.

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Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs SHAPE America

Position statement from Society of Healthy and Physical Educators provides recommendations for increasing physical activity before, during, and after school. Also explains need, potential benefits.

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ABCs of a Healthy Me Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Nemours

Handout describes 5 simple ways to promote health and wellness for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

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Recess Lab/Recess Checkup Playworks

Website dedicated to resources for active playground time. Includes a 3-minute quiz to assess strengths and opportunities and get free consultation with play expert.

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Jump IN Employer Assessment Jump IN for Healthy Kids

Brief 8-question assessment helps employers evaluate progress towards best practices in workplace wellness. Includes links to helpful resources to establish action plans when needed.

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