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What keeps you healthy? Good nutrition and lots of physical activity! Get moving and have fun with your friends, in school and out.
Do you spend your free time watching television, playing video games, or using the computer? Along with eating healthy foods, adding regular exercise to your day can help you live a healthier lifestyle. You’ll feel great, too!
Fitness can be fun! Look for ways to increase your physical activity. In addition to playing traditional sports and games, try lifetime activities such as walking, jogging, swimming, cycling, and skating. Ride bikes with friends or take hikes with your family. At school, make the most of recess and gym class to stay in shape and keep your brain engaged!
Make a list of as many ways as you can think of to can increase your physical activity with friends, your family, or on your own. If you’ve been making unhealthy food choices, add better choices to your list as well. List everything you can think of with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils.
Choose your favorite activity and illustrate it to encourage you to get moving! Use Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils on white paper. Just erase to add details and highlights. Leave the erased space white or fill it in with another color. Use bold colors to catch your attention. Make your message powerful!
Place your message in a spot where you’ll notice it. And get into action!
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