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  1. Talk about your healthy summer goals during meal time.
  2. For those extra hot summer days plan for indoor activities such as bowling, lazer tag, or roller skating at a local rink. Even try at home video games such as Dance, Dance Revolution or the Wii fit.
  3. Gear up the bikes and map out a nice trail ride that emphasizes the beautiful outdoors.
  4. Get laced up with sneakers and play classic favorites such soccer, baseball, basketball, tennis, football, volleyball or even Frisbee.
  5. Invite the neighborhood kids to play in an organized game or set up a family night with all the kids and adults.
  6. Set up an obstacle course in your backyard or at a playground. Use a variety of obstacles to challenge individual skills. Let the kids get creative with incorporating some of their favorite sporting equipment.
  7. Go exploring outside in the backyard or nearest state park. Strike an interest by picking up some library books on nature topics to learn more about plants, insects, and birds.
  8. Take a look at a list of summer programs at your local recreation department or youth center. These sessions will encourage a routine for physical activity and may even introduce your children to a new sport.




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