A Strong mind has to have a strong body ...doesn't it?
Any African American parents or any parents for that matter, been in school and called an egghead? You think you are so smart! Everyone used to make smart children feel bad because they could do math, english or science subjects better.
Well these same people never did ask you how fast you could run, or how much weight you could lift, or how many pushups you could do either. Don't let same negative reinforcement make your homeschool children live their most important years of their lives in an unhealthy environment. Healthy lifestyles for future must be taught and emphasized while our children are young.
Everyone has been reading or hearing on television how overweight our nation of achievers is becoming or staying. Also it's being emphasized about how children need to be taught how to eat right, exercise and laying a foundation for physical activities early childhood education . Homeschooled children are no different and I have a few resources to help keep your children exercising to start them off to a good start and keep healthy lifestyles.
Investing in your child's education is equally important as investing in their exercising on a regular basis also. While this article will not focus on nutritional aspects of a healthy lifestyle (at least not this one, it would take up majority of info according to my research and I'm not a nutritionist!) exercise aspects will be highlighted for their importance to your children. Don't forget to a good parent must focus on physical activities early childhood education.
Keep in mind this acronym - ASMASBMSLL (A Strong Mind and A Strong Body Makes for a Strong Long Lifestyle). It's a matter of preparation related to Proverbs 22: 6, Train up a child in way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.