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Last Updated: Jan 10th, 2011 - 11:11:15

Parent Pamphlets  


Children's Activity Pyramid
By Barbara Willenberg
Aug 25, 2008, 11:26 PST



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Children's Activity Pyramid

Barbara Willenberg
Associate State Food and Nutrition Specialist

Have FUN and be active each week by trying some of these activities...

With your family
  • go biking
  • take a walk together
  • play at the park
  • have a "turn-off-the-TV-day"

With friends

  • play games like dodge ball or tag
  • dance to your favorite music
  • play a team sport at school or at a park

By yourself

  • jump rope
  • fly a kite
  • do cartwheels
  • shoot baskets

What activities can you think of to have more fun?


My Own Activity Pyramid

Hey, kids!

This is your own personal physical activity pyramid. List your physical activities for a week.

Or draw and color a picture of you doing your activity in the correct space.

Tip for parents!

You can encourage your children to be more active by making time for physical activities as a family.

Families that play together stay healthier together!


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