Kids need 60 minutes of active play each day. This high flyer disc is a fun way to keep everybody moving. Slogan and tips remind kids to take active breaks,limit TV time and embrace a healthy lifestyle.
Inspire kids to get up and go! Tips on back of this dazzling sparkle foil pencil include: Exercise for 60 minutes a day * Limit TV and computer time * If watching TV, take active breaks * Eat healthy foods * Drink water, not sugary drinks.
Youngsters will surely feel motivated wearing this comfortable 100% cotton crewneck that announces, Let's Move! Teachers can also sport the shirt to encourage their students to be more physically active in and out of school.
Youngsters will surely feel motivated wearing this comfortable 100% cotton crewneck that announces, Let's Move! Teacher can also sport the shirt to encourage their students to be more physically active in and out of school.
Rainbow silicone bracelet keeps words of encouragement close at hand! Message outside reads, Let's Move! Three tips printed inside promote healthy choices. Made of quality lead-free, PVC-free and latex-free silicone rubber. FDA compliant. Accompanying card has a pledge on back for kids to sign to show their commitment to get physically active at least 60 minutes everyday.
When walking, biking, playing or engaging in any physical activity, kids are sure to work up a thirst! 20-oz. bottle helps them stay hydrated on the go! Message on front and tips on back reinforce the idea that physical activity and healthful eating are important. Push-pull cap.
* 2-in-1 book helps children learn the value of fitness and health * 12 pages for kids provide lively text, drawings, and activities covering the basics of staying physically active for good health * Children's pages include eating right for good health * 4 pages for parents and gurardians encourages them to help children stay active and eat right for life (Grades: 1-2) * Spanish version
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Physically fit kids are healthier kids. Promote a healthy lifestyle by encouraging them to jump and play. While getting exercise, they'll notice our reminder on the jump rope's handles.