Personal Action Planning

Here are some suggestions to get you started:

  • Visit the website to increase your knowledge
  • Share this presentation with colleagues or other parents
  • Create a tip sheet or newsletter article to share with members of your community
  • Implement a ‘tip of the day’
  • Put up pictures of children being active
  • Develop a weekly program plan which includes structured and unstructured physical activity
  • Incorporate some of the modification recommendations into activities you use
  • Purchase some non-traditional equipment
  • Try a new physical activity every day for a week
  • And if you are a professional, develop physical activity guidelines or a policy for your setting
Course Menu
  1. Physical Activity and Early Childhood: Building Lifelong Habits
  2. Learning Objectives
  3. About the Best Start Resource Centre
  4. Theory Review – Move / Sweat / Step
  5. Theory Review – Sleep
  6. Theory Review – Sit / Screen Time
  7. Theory Review – Benefits
  8. Physical Activity for Infants (0-18 months)
  9. Activity Ideas for Infants
  10. Physical Activity for Toddlers (1.5 – 2.5 years old)
  11. Activity Ideas for Toddlers
  12. Physical Activity for Preschoolers (2.5 – 4 years old)
  13. Activity Ideas for Preschoolers
  14. Physical Activity for Kindergarten-aged Children (4-6 years old)
  15. Activity Ideas for Kindergarten-aged Children
  16. Tips for Families
  17. Tips for Families
  18. Tips for Professionals
  19. Tips for Professionals
  20. Tips for Physical Activity
  21. Modification Ideas
  22. Modification Ideas
  23. Modification Ideas
  24. Equipment Suggestions
  25. Website Review
  26. Personal Action Planning
  27. Personal Action Planning
  28. Thank You
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