Inactivity and poor eating habits are two of the most important concerns surrounding childhood obesity. With these activities, you can address one of those concerns by incorporating developmentally appropriate physical activity into a child�s day for ages two through six.
Service Learning for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Service-learning experiences have multiple, proven benefits for students, teachers, communities, and learning institutions.
For learning to happen through adventure, activities must be intentional. It is critical that activities be appropriate to both the constituency and the goals of your group.
Positioning your park and recreation agency requires that you understand, provide, and highlight the work you do that is important to policy makers and constituents.
Rock Climbing eBook
Several factors should be considered when you are deciding where to go rock climbing. First, you must determine if your abilities and preferences will enable you to have an enjoyable experience at a specific location.
Team-Building Activities for the Digital Age
In order for growth activities to be successful, you as the facilitator should know your purpose, your audience, your environment, the needed equipment and supplies, and when to change plans to adapt to the participants.
Therapeutic Recreation Leadership and Programming eBook
With adherence to a consistent format, the group members will know what is to take place at each session.
Teaching Cross-Country Skiing
In this tag game, skiers (geese) must ski in the existing tracks as they move around the circle attempting to avoid being tagged by the It (fox).
Mastering Snowboarding eBook
Rails and boxes are intimidating for almost anyone who just began snowboarding.
Discovering Orienteering eBook
Orienteering offers many benefits, but its real attraction is that it is fun!