The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers information, guidelines, strategies, and success stories on physical activity for the whole family.
Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, launched by the First Lady, dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams. Let's Move provides ideas for getting your family to stay active together.
The American Heart Association is working to help kids, families and communities live heart-healthy lives. Use this physical activity information to help you get active and stay active, for life.
BAM! Body and Mind offers health and wellness resources aimed at children and teenagers. Resources such as personal quizzes and activity cards can guide your child to physical activities that they'll be sure to enjoy and give them the confidence to try something new.
Advocates for Health in Action offers a number of resources to help Wake County citizens get active and stay active at home, at work, at church, at school and in the community.
PBS Kids' ZOOM games will get kids of all ages up and moving. Ideas for chase games, relay races, sports, and physical challenges.
Physical Activity Resources
Check out these links for ideas and tips to get your children active and your family moving.