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Pediatricians recommend that children get 60 minutes of physical activity every day, and finding winter activities to keep kids moving  during the cold, dark days of winter can be a challenge. One way to make sure your kids are getting enough exercise is to incorporate physical activity into their daily routine. As long as children are properly dressed, getting outdoors to play should not be difficult or uncomfortable – here are a few of our favorite winter activities:



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I confess that this entry seemed kind of strange to me.; children generally like to run around.
"Keeping kids moving" is 180º opposite of what many parents are often challenged to do, no? i.e., calm down / sit-focus-concentrate.
As for cold weather: Even here in California, in the mountains, for instance, I've never seen parents wondering how to get kids to "keep moving"; it's generally more a matter of channeling their natural and seemingly boundless energy!


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In northern big cities with the crime problems, it isn't safe to let kids run around outside and there is an obesity problem. Then there is lots of cold weather & rain where I live.
Now that most of us have computers with DVD players, there are good exercise videos & probably dance videos. It's not the same as fresh air, but it might help to keep kids active.


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