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MyPlate Be a Fit Kid
Encourage scholars to stay fit with 10 activities guaranteed to get them up and moving. The following tips offer indoor and outdoor options that require little to no equipment.
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- Implement one of the activities as a brain break when learners need a break from current instruction
- Brainstorm additional ways to stay active
- Send class members home with a copy so they continue to stay active outside the classroom
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- The message behind MyPlate instills healthy habits for cooking, eating, and being physically active
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