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Consistent, increased activity is just one of the positive outcomes from using a fitness ball in the classroom setting.
Team-Building Activities for the Digital Age
If a team is to function and grow effectively, its members must be able to communicate clearly and sometimes quickly. Certainly, text messages are quick and convenient, and the activities presented here help users understand and meet the challenges that text messaging creates.
Winning Health Promotion Strategies eBook
Learn how you can use these three settings, or channels, to implement wellness programs.
Geocaching for Schools and Communities
Learn more about this fun new activity.
Research Methods in Physical Activity 6th Edition eBook
The most common sources of data collection in qualitative research are interviews, observations, and review of documents.
Teaching Children Dance-3rd Edition
Today, we are going to do a dance about the day in the life of a frog.
50 Games for Going Green
Find out how you can get recycling bins at your school and set up a recycling program.
Build It So They Can Play eBook
These tools offer visual and tactile stimulation for students with severe or multiple intellectual disabilities. Students have a variety of balls to squeeze and manipulate with their hands. These homemade balls provide stress relief and a remedy for fidgeting.
Play Practice 2nd Edition eBook
Every major game is shaped by rules that define the size and shape of the playing area, how goals or points are scored, and the number of players.
Archery 4th Edition eBook
Although the under-chin anchors are very precise, they do take time to position properly. Some archers prefer to anchor on the side of the face (figure 6.3).
Recent research confirms youth strength training significantly increases muscular strength and endurance in children and adolescents and there is absolutely no evidence that properly performed and appropriately supervised youth strength training results in stunted growth, bone growth plate damage, musculoskeletal injury, or pain.
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