With children (and their families), visit an exercise studio. Notice the different kinds of equipment and how people use it. Expand vocabularies.
Why do people want to stay in shape? Talk with children about the many ways to stay healthy. Practice these habits daily.
Think about what equipment is in a fitness club or gym. How could you create a similar space? What exercises could you do do? Set up mats and music.
Choose a name for your fitness area. Make a large sign on construction paper with Crayola® Construction Paper™ Crayons. Add a glow with Crayola® Glitter Glue.
On white paper, draw pictures of yourself doing your favorite exercises and dance routines. Label each one, and write the title of the music you listen to.
With your friends, make these into a book or posters so visitors to the gym can choose their activities. A file folder works well for a book cover. Decorate it with crayons and Glitter Glue. Or display your pictures on the wall.
Make pretend membership cards for your gym. Cut recycled file folders into cards with Crayola® Scissors. Draw your picture with crayons. Write your name, the studio name, and expiration date. Make a Glitter Glue magnetic strip. Who is ready to be a perso
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