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Judith E. Brown
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Textbook Problem

Name two strategies for increasing a school-age child’s physical activity.

Summary Introduction

To name: The two strategies for increasing a school-age child’s physical activity.

Introduction: Physical activity in children not only promotes active growth and development but also accelerates the social, psychological, and physiological well being. There is a reduced risk of chronic conditions such as obesity, heart problems, and mental disorders.

Explanation

It is necessary for school-age children to engage in physical activities for developing a strong mental and physical health. The two strategies for increasing their physical activity are as follows:

  • • Involving children in community work that includes labor-intensive work such as maintaining parks and playgrounds under the appropriate guidance of an adult...

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