1. Physical education programs: Schools provide regular physical education classes for students to encourage physical activity and teach them about the importance of an active lifestyle.
2. Recess breaks: Schools ensure that children are given regular opportunities to move around and engage in physical play during recess and lunch breaks.
3. Intramural sports programs: Schools offer after-school sports programs that allow students to participate in team sports and other physical activities in a safe and supportive environment.
4. Active transportation: Schools encourage students to walk or bike to school, and provide safe routes and infrastructure for doing so.
5. Wellness policies: Schools adopt wellness policies that prioritize physical activity and healthy eating habits among students, staff, and families.
6. Classroom movement breaks: Teachers incorporate regular movement breaks into the school day to help combat sedentary behavior and keep students engaged.
7. Family-based physical activity programs: Schools partner with families to promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles outside of school.
8. Collaborations with community organizations: Schools collaborate with community organizations to provide opportunities for physical activity, such as after-school programs and community sports leagues.
9. Active school design: Schools design their facilities and grounds to promote physical activity, such as by providing outdoor play areas and opportunities for active play during recess.
10. Rewards and incentives: Schools provide rewards and incentives to motivate students to engage in physical activity, such as by offering prizes for completing a certain number of steps or minutes of physical activity each day.