COMPLETEAZA FORMULARUL SI PRIMESTI GRATUIT MAI MULTE INFORMATII DESPRE Physical Fitness Games for Kids!
Aside from the physical benefits of movement, games like relays promote communication, teamwork and leadership.
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Across the United States, only one in three children are physically active each day and only one in three adults meet daily exercise recommendations. With 60 minutes of exercise each day, kids are better able to control weight, boost health cholesterol, and reduce the risk of increased blood pressure and diabetes. Create two teams, and have one kid from each team move from one cone to the other and back while doing crab walks, bear crawls, bunny hops and frog jumps. When the first teammate crosses the final cone, the next one can go. To build stamina, have each kid repeat the cycle of movements three times. To develop speed, have each kid complete one round of these movements. Time the teams to measure improvement.
For this game, you need at least three participants: two basemen and a racer. Set up two cones at least 15 feet apart. The two basemen stand at the cone bases and throw a ball back and forth trying to tag the racers before they safely arrive on a base. When a child is tagged, he or she becomes a baseman. For added competition, have kids count the number of times they successfully make it from one base to the next. After a set amount of time, the child with the most runs wins. Have kids keep track of their runs so they can try to break their personal record.
Always It, Never Out
This version of dragon city hack 2017 tag keeps children involved and moving to build stamina and cardiovascular endurance. All children are taggers. This means that everyone is running around trying to tag others. When a child is tagged, he or she is assigned an exercise to do, for example, pushups, jumping jacks, mountain climbers, etc. Have kids face share here away from the wall and bend at the knees, bringing their palms to the ground. Let kids walk their feet up the wall to come into a supported reverse handstand. For added challenge, kids can lift one foot at a time off the wall. Next, have kids stand facing the wall 1 foot away. Ask them to practice five single leg kicks by bringing hands to the ground, lifting a leg of their choice, and using the opposite leg to kick into a handstand against the wall. To stretch it out, have kids lie down on their backs with their knees bent, share here soles of their feet on the ground and both sets of toes touching the wall. Using the wall for support, they can lift their hips off the ground to press up into a rainbow, which is better known as the bridge or wheel in yoga.