The benefits of physical education ring clear as a school bell. The fact is, active kids learn better. PE has positive impacts on their physical, mental and emotional health.

The benefits of physical education ring clear as a school bell. The fact is, active kids learn better. PE has positive impacts on their physical, mental and emotional health.

PE Poster: Why Should I Exercise?

PE Poster: Why Should I Exercise?

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The Benefits of Physical Activity in Schools #Infographics #Image — Lightscap3s.com

The Benefits of Physical Activity in Schools - #education #Infographics #fitness

The Benefits of Physical Activity in Schools #Infographics #Image — Lightscap3s.com

This is interesting, esp. as schools are cutting down recess/playtime/phys ed to nothing, and the nutritional value of the food kids eat in schools is completely inadequate. Brains can't work well if the rest of the body isn't being taken care of.

This is interesting, esp. as schools are cutting down recess/playtime/phys ed to nothing, and the nutritional value of the food kids eat in schools is completely inadequate. Brains can't work well if the rest of the body isn't being taken care of.

The Crucial Role of Recess in School  Recess is at the heart of a vigorous debate over the role of schools in promoting the optimal development of the whole child. Recess offers cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits. Recess is unique from, and a complement to, physical education—not a substitute for it. The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that recess is a crucial and necessary component of a child’s development and should not be withheld for punitive or academic…

The Crucial Role of Recess in School Recess is at the heart of a vigorous debate over the role of schools in promoting the optimal development of the whole child. Recess offers cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits. Recess is unique from, and a complement to, physical education—not a substitute for it. The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that recess is a crucial and necessary component of a child’s development and should not be withheld for punitive or academic…

The Benefits of Exercise for Kids with Autism, ADHD and Other Neurological Disorders | At Race Pace

The Benefits of Exercise for Kids with Autism, ADHD and Other Neurological Disorders | At Race Pace

PE Poster: What Happens to my Body During Exercise?

PE Poster: What Happens to my Body During Exercise?

a cause and effect poster illustrating why kids should work on there health heaven if the feel tired that is a good thing.

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