Health Tip: Keep Kids Active During Summer Break
(HealthDay News) -- Don't let kids waste summer break parked in front of the TV. Instead, get them to exercise.
The American Council on Exercise suggests these fun summer activities:
Encourage kids to play sports such as soccer, basketball, skateboarding or surfing.
Sign your child up for a martial arts class to build strength, coordination and mental stamina.
Let your kids splash and swim all summer long in a pool or at the beach. Sign them up for swim lessons if necessary.
At the park or in the backyard, set up an obstacle course packed with different challenges.
Turn up the music and get your kids dancing.
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