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Healthy Habits Are Built At Home

Apr 11, 2016 1:55:45 PM / by adminJBunch posted in healthy children, active children, parents, Sports for Kids, Activities for Kids, active kids, activities for kids, exercise

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One of the primary goals of JumpBunch is to introduce kids to healthy habits early and often.  However, the reality is that healthy habits for kids are truly established at home.  While it is true that JumpBunch can sometimes be the impetus to focus on more active things at home, it works best as a reinforcement and connection to what parents and families are already doing to have fun, be active, and live healthy while together.  At the end of the day it really doesn't matter which comes first as long as the end result reflects what our tagline says...Sports. Smiles. Fitness. Fun!

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Nutrition Is Part of Being Active and Happy

Mar 17, 2016 11:09:58 AM / by adminJBunch posted in childhood obesity, healthy children, Nutrition, active kids, Physical Education

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March is National Nutrition Month. Although the JumpBunch program focuses on introducing sports and fitness to kids, you can't really be fit and active without good nutrition habits! So National Nutrition Month gives us an opportunity to highlight a new option that has recently been added to our curriculum.

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The Power of Parent Choice.

Nov 20, 2015 3:34:14 PM / by adminJBunch posted in healthy children, obesity, active children, Activities for Kids, Physical Education

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Enrichment or Education?

Oct 7, 2015 1:29:22 PM / by adminJBunch posted in healthy children, children's activities, Sports for Kids, Activities for Kids, exercise, Physical Education

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It is amazing to consider what a child learns, or is capable of learning, in the first 5 years of life. Though much learning for kids simply comes naturally as they physically grow, as parents we have a great deal of influence over what is included, and sadly not included, as a core part of the learning experience. Those choices must be intentional and are a great opportunity, or even responsibility, to positively frame actions and thoughts that impact our children well into adulthood.

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