Stuck at home? Getting your kids up and active is a great way to keep them centered and focused – all while practicing good social distancing. The World Health Organization recommends all children, ages 5 – 17, should get at least 60 minutes of aerobic activity a day. This can include “games, play, sports, transportation,…
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