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Play

Playing is the best way for your children to explore and understand the world around them? It is important for you to give your child an active head start through playing. Children learn best when they are given the opportunity to experiment and with Keko-Fit, they will do just that through books, nursery rhymes and games promoting activity and movement. Get inspired by our texts and get moving as a family while having tons of fun!

“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play, children learn how to learn.”

O.Fred Donaldson

 

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Play

Playing is the best way for your children to explore and understand the world around them? It is important for you to give your child an active head start through playing. Children learn best when they are given the opportunity to experiment and with Keko-Fit, they will do just that through books, nursery rhymes and games promoting activity and movement. Get inspired by our texts and get moving as a family while having tons of fun!

“Children learn as they play. Most importantly, in play, children learn how to learn.”

O.Fred Donaldson

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Physical Activity

Did you know…that being physically active brings about many benefits for children and parents alike? In children, moving promotes the development of motor (fine and gross), emotional, intellectual and social skills. It is recommended for children ages 1 to 4 to practice 3 hours of low, moderate, and high intensity activities per day, spread out over different periods throughout the day. When children reach age 5, a minimum of 60 minutes of moderate to intense physical activity per day is recommended. A moderate intensity activity represents an effort which leaves the child slightly out of breath whereas high intensity activities are defined as leaving the child out of breath and these types of activities cannot be maintained for prolonged periods of time.

 

Physical Activity

Did you know…that being physically active brings about many benefits for children and parents alike? In children, moving promotes the development of motor (fine and gross), emotional, intellectual and social skills. It is recommended for children ages 1 to 4 to practice 3 hours of low, moderate, and high intensity activities per day, spread out over different periods throughout the day. When children reach age 5, a minimum of 60 minutes of moderate to intense physical activity per day is recommended. A moderate intensity activity represents an effort which leaves the child slightly out of breath whereas high intensity activities are defined as leaving the child out of breath and these types of activities cannot be maintained for prolonged periods of time.

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Healthy Living

Did you know… that obesity among children has significantly increased in recent years and the main cause for this is a low level of physical activity in children? Daily physical activity reduces agitation and restlessness while developing physical stamina. Moving and being active with your child everyday enables the whole family to preserve good physical and mental health while preventing obesity. Being active for periods of more than 60 minutes brings about additional benefits for your health.

Keko-Fit helps you incorporate stimulating activities for your children into your daily routines.

 

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Healthy Living

Did you know… that obesity among children has significantly increased in recent years and the main cause for this is a low level of physical activity in children? Daily physical activity reduces agitation and restlessness while developing physical stamina. Moving and being active with your child everyday enables the whole family to preserve good physical and mental health while preventing obesity. Being active for periods of more than 60 minutes brings about additional benefits for your health.

Keko-Fit helps you incorporate stimulating activities for your children into your daily routines.

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