Get kids moving this summer

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

PHOTO CREDIT: StatePoint Media

Want to encourage kids to move more?

The latest technology, gear and apps can help make movement and exercise fun.

Here’s how:

Learn online

From dance to yoga to martial arts, there are a range of online classes available that are designed just for kids. These are perfect for a time when there remain extracurricular activities are not meeting in person.

Get up and go

New wearable tech options for kids are packed with features that invite kids to get up and go. Check out the sleek, yet durable, KidiZoom Smartwatch DX2. This multi-function smartwatch is just like Mom and Dad’s but designed for kids. Whether kids are biking, skateboarding or playing sports, the watch’s two cameras allow them to capture on-the-go action videos. Plus, it includes an assortment of games, such as Monster Detector, which uses the camera and augmented reality to help kids find and capture monsters in the real world. They also can use the watch’s motion sensor for active play challenges.

Catch me if you can

Kids can create videos with the KidiZoom Creator Cam, a high-definition video camera kit that includes a tripod and selfie stick, as well as a built-in microphone and editing tools. These included green screen comes with more than 20 animated backgrounds — like getting chased by a T-Rex and going to outer space — for cool trick shots and time-lapse videos that not only hone kids’ creativity and technical skills but also encourage them to move.

Adventure time

Whether on a camping excursion or a backyard safari, kids can add excitement to any adventure by using walkie-talkies. The

kid-safe KidiGo Walkie Talkies have a 650-foot range and feature a digital connection that is clear and keeps kids’ conversations secure. Little adventurers can also send messages back and forth by choosing from preset animated messages or use the devices for real-time gaming.

Move and do good

With the free UNICEF Kid Power app, kids will be inspired to do good while moving. Using the app, playful movement is transformed into lifesaving nutrition delivered to children in need around the world.

By looking to new games, apps and devices, you can encourage your little ones to move more and have more on-the-go fun.

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