Physical Activity – A Key to Help Your Child
With school just a few days away from starting again for another year, what better time to get your child off to a great start by exploring the benefits of daily physical activity and improved brainpower. Yes, that is correct. Research suggests that a sound body provides a solid foundation for academic success.
Children need a minimum of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity per day as recommended by the National Institutes of Health. Physical activity appears to cause the release of nerve growth factors in the brain, acting somewhat like “fertilizer” or “Miracle-Gro” for the brain. Exercise keeps nerve cells healthy and helps them bind together, which is the basis for learning.
So, what does this physical activity program look like?
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