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-Explain how smoking affects the cardio-respiratory system and physical activity.

-Apply to their daily lives the basic concepts relating to physical fitness. -Apply the concepts of physical fitness and wellness.

-Reduce the risk of health problems related to the lack of exercise. -Apply the basic concepts of cardio-respiratory fitness.

- Understand the FIT principles - Recognize the importance of performing a daily activity with vigor.

-Understand the value of participation in a variety of physical activities.

- Reduce the health risk of health problems related to the lack of exercise.

- Maintain a caloric balance of exercise and eating.

- Realize the benefits of good posture.

- Understand ways to improve their posture.

-Learn how exercise affects their heart rate.

-Know the difference between Aerobic and Anaerobic activities. -Measure heart and pulse rate.

What does it mean to be Physically Fit?

Body composition is an essential part of fitness. -You can get fat from not exerting, being inactive, overeating, or not eating correctly.

It is essential to have good posture.

-Good posture helps your bones and body to grow tall and strong.

Your Heart is an important muscle

-Exercise makes your Heartbeat faster

-Exercise causes your heart to take in more oxygen from the lungs

-Your heart rate tells you how hard your heart is working.

Be Active Programme

Dynamic Physical Education for Elementary School Children



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enhancing physical fitness.

9. Circle pictures that show good posture.

10. Compare pulse rate changes after different types of exercise.

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