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The best way to begin increasing your family’s physical activity is to schedule time for it. Start by identifying at least three 30-minute time slots this week for activities like taking a walk, playing sports, or doing active chores. Choose times of the day or week when everyone is most likely to stick to the schedule. Download this calendar to help stick to your plans. Visit the Let’s Move! website for more information.
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Have your family establish goals that everyone can achieve together. In the first few weeks, you may not achieve every goal, but if you stick with it, physical activity will become a part of your family’s routine. Download this worksheet for ideas to get started. Then, come up with your own. Visit the Let’s Move! website for more information.
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Use this template to fill in your weekly grocery list. Some examples of healthy foods are included to help you. Print this sheet before every shopping trip and use it to help you pick healthier items for your family. Check out the Let’s Move! website for more examples.
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Parents and caregivers can set a great example for the whole family by creating a healthy environment at home. Any combination of steps—making fruits and vegetables part of every meal, limiting treats, walking and playing, even shopping together, can add up to make a real difference in children’s lives and help build healthy habits for life. Visit the Let’s Move! website for more information.
Number of Downloads: 251  | Created on: 02/16/2011
Principals, teachers, and parents can help make schools healthier places to learn by providing quality nutrition, integrating physical activity during the day, and teaching children about the importance of embracing a healthy, active lifestyle. Visit the Let’s Move! website for more information.
Number of Downloads: 290  | Created on: 02/16/2011
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