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This game asks you a series of questions about how much time you spend in front of a screen, not being active.
In this activity, learners make models representing bones on Earth and bones that have been in space. They discover what happens to bones without proper exercise and nutrition.
This activity (page 1 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Exercise and Memory) is a full inquiry investigation into the effects of exercise on short term memory.
In this activity, learners use plastic tubing and a funnel to listen to their heart. Learners also discover that if they run around, their heart pumps harder and faster, making it easier to hear.
In this activity, learners explore how to stay fit the fun way. Learners participate in three physical activities.
In this activity, learners perform 20 arm curls with cans that simulate the weight of beans on Earth versus the weights of the same number of beans on the Moon and in space.
In this online activity, learners measure their pulse rates and investigate how their pulses change when they engage in different activities.
Combine math and exercise with this activity. Learners count how many times in a row they can skip rope or throw and catch a ball.
In this fun activity for any size group, early elementary learners complete physical challenges while playing a game. Learners add new challenges to the "wheel of fitness" that they want to try.
Learners work together as a group to learn a new physical activity. After working for a few rotations, learners time themselves as part of a contest.
In this environmental health activity, learners investigate their breathing and pulse rates, and learn how these measurements are affected by physical activity.
In this activity, learners will train to improve lung, heart, and other muscle endurance as they walk a progressive, measured distance.
In this exercise and nutrition activity, learners will explore how food is the fuel that powers them. They will create a chart to figure out how many calories they burn during recess.
In this activity, learners will train to develop upper and lower body strength in their muscles and bones by performing body-weight squats and push-ups.
In this activity, learners explore and experiment how we can use our bodies everyday to get from one place to another.
In this activity, learners participate in fun movement activities while playing on a giant game board. Use this activity to get learners involved in physical activity.
This game presents you with several different choices you can make in the course of your everyday life to increase your level of physical activity and be healthier.
In this activity, learners discover how their heart rate changes in different situations.
In this health activity, learners create a device so that they not only feel their heartbeat, but also see it, using a straw and some clay.