Archive for April, 2011
Wed, 04/27/2011 – 00:00 The Grammy-winning singer rewrote her single “Get Me Bodied” for the video, titled “Move Your Body.” The high-energy song forms the rhythm for a “flash workout” that combines hip hop, Latin and dancehall moves with traditional exercises such as running and jumping rope. For effect, it is set–where else–in a school [...]
This exciting new resource was designed as a teaching tool to help students practice their social skills while participating in meaningful and fun activities! HELPS COMBAT BULLYING! For more information click on the Character is Cool Activity Mat to the right.
Register for Let’s Move in School Event during National Physical Education and Sport Week before May 1st, 2011
The first 10,000 schools to register will receive an LMIS poster, and one lucky school will win a visit from a President’s Council for Fitness, Sports & Nutrition member – a federal supporter of this initiative. Schools can choose from a variety of fun activities that will get students moving and bring attention to the [...]
Overweight and obese parents more likely than other parents to view school-time activity as inadequate ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Childhood obesity affects 1 of every 6 kids in the United States, in part due to a lack of physical activity. Schools can play a key part in offering elementary-age kids lots of chances to [...]
Members of the Colorado House and Senate came to an agreement on a bill that would require daily physical activity in elementary schools. The legislation would require 30 minutes of daily physical activity in public elementary schools through recess, physical education, or active field trips. On April 11, 2011 the legislation went to the governor’s [...]
“First of all, visually, stunning. It LOOKS COOL. So kids are attracted to bright, colorful things. The pace is constant – excellent for keeping ‘em busy. Conditioning, it’s A+.”