In this webinar, Rebecca Honig will help us to explore strategies for building body awareness and movement skills, and she’ll explain why these skills are so important to children’s learning and development. Kids are supposed to be active for at least 60 minutes each day. Rebecca will show us ways to make physical activity fun and engaging for both kids and grown-ups; and, we’ll see how aerobic activity during everyday can be filled with learning and discovery that will prepare kids for success in school and in life.
- Learn about why physical and aerobic activity is important to building kids’ muscles and minds.
- Practice fun aerobic activities that can easily be incorporated into your daily routines.
- Understand the developmental skills that can be built with each activity.
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Your Healthy Team
When healthy teams work together, kids win!
Good communication amongst family, healthcare providers, and children leads to trusting relationships and inspires healthy habits…and well-child visits are a great time to communicate!
Visiting the Doctor: Helping Kids Grow Up Strong & Healthy
Preparation and communication help you get the best care for your child at every medical visit.
Connecting & Communicating
Communication and connection with families is key to building a strong, effective healthy team.
Communicating at Doctor’s Visits
Good communication leads to good care for your child.
Elmo and Abby’s Check-up Play Date
Pretend play can help children “rehearse” situations that may frighten them.
Hooray for Healthy Teams
A child’s healthy team includes parents, extended family and caregivers, teachers, doctors, nurses, ...and themselves!