Guidelines include: Duration of Physical Activity, Frequency of Activity, Type and Intensity of Activity, and the Emotional IQ of the Student. For our partners, these guidelines provide key areas necessary for their program to be more effective: Mastery of School Subject, Focus, Attitude, Confidence, and Happiness/Emotional IQ of Student. The End Result is physically active children, who yield considerable improvement in academic achievement over their sedentary peers. Additionally, active kids are focused, and physically and emotionally healthier too!
If you are a parent, school or community professional, coordinator or direct service staff, plan to engage and move with us as we continue to educate regarding the need for more recess, enhanced parks and playgrounds, non-traditional P.E., and physical activity to prepare kids for learning. We look forward to working with you to build a community of active children.