Homeschool Physical Fitness-An Easy Curriculum Lesson Plan

Homeschool Physical Fitness
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Homeschool Physical Fitness-An Easy Curriculum Lesson Plan

Homeschool Physical Fitness, Family fitness is a big issue these days. The computer, video games, television, streaming music there is a huge competition over the attention of our children. I find it easier to require them to turn it off - or I don't buy it for them... but putting that aside how do we get our kids motivated to play or at least get some fresh air actively?

Homeschool Physical Fitness Lack of Physical Activity

Many parents are really concerned these days. Their children are gaining weight, and don't really want to play outside. The traditional idea of playing outside until your momma calls you for dinner is almost entirely outdated or is it? I think a good dose of old-fashioned life may be just what the Doctor ordered.

Homeschool Physical Fitness Getting Fresh Air

Kids need to get outside - get fresh air - learn how to play together - use their incredible creativity and imagination! The good old fashioned play helped form and fashion our children into responsible, grateful citizens

Homeschool Physical Fitness Old-fashion Exercise

 

I remember that I received a lot from going outside... just me and my bicycle - and maybe a few old scraps of wood and our dog!

Homeschool Physical Fitness Pointers
  • 1) More is caught than taught. Your children are watching you. Do you get up, get moving, and get fit? I can almost guarantee that your little ones will want to exercise if they see you doing it regularly. ( My 7-year-old asks me every day if she can workout with me. It's fun to them.)
  • 2) Give them plenty of opportunities to go outside don't be a parent who is scared to death of dirt it washes off! Let them go out and play till they are sweaty, stinky, and dirty! They will naturally get exercise, and they will sleep great later! (and they can get a shower before bed.)
  • 3) Aren't athletically inclined? Take your kids to get lessons to swim lessons, baseball lessons, karate lessonsĀ there are lots of opportunities here.
  • 4) Layout one or two days a week where everyone gets outside and does something physical together. You can ride bicycles (my favorite) or have a yard clean-up day. Whatever fits your lifestyle needs will be perfect for your homeschool.
  • 5) Add fitness to your homeschool planĀ if you make it part of a school, or it might become a habit.
Homeschool Physical Fitness Summary

I find it easier to add it to my list - to make sure it gets done! There are some great ideas you can meet friends at the park - play an organized game of baseball or kickball - play frisbee - take a nature walk -do a family workout - learn a new sport like badminton or soccer.