Fizika helps administrators, principals and teachers and counselors implement active learning in the classroom, the lunch room, at recess, in the gymnasium and on the athletic field, for better focus, comprehension and improved academic performance. Exercise before and after school can help ready students’ brains for learning – making this time an essential component of a productive school day.
Fizika Group was pleased to participated in the second annual summit of the Partnership for a Healthier America held in Washington DC on March 7-8, 2013. First Lady Michelle Obama closed the conference with a rousing speech – calling on each of us to do our part to enable healthier lifestyles among American youth and their families.
PHA’s slogan, Make the Healthy Choice, the Easy Choice, is consistent with Fizika’s mission and purpose. By teaching children about nutrition and the importance of exercise to keeping their brains and bodies healthy, we can foster a nation of healthy adults. Emphasizing good eating habits and exercise in school will also help students learn and stay focused in class. We take it one step further though and have created dynamic training tools that show educators how to incorporate movement and physical activity into the learning process.
Why? To improve the blood flow, oxygen levels and neural pathways in student’s brains so that they are prepared to learn. Students who participate in class are engaged in learning – less likely to act out or to drop out of school. Students who are properly nourished and get enough sleep are more prepared to learn.
students receive most of their daily nutrition in school. Schools must offer healthy choices – that appeal to students
Bookmark ChooseMyPlate.org for Meal Tracker and Menu Planning
The Institute of Medicine recommends that students receive 60 minutes of physical activity during the school day. Physical Activity improves physical and mental health, reduces stress and helps students focus.
Do you drink enough each day? Use this free calculator to determine the right amount of water you should consume based on your height, weight, and age.
Use the chart to check whether your children are getting the right amount of sleep on a nightly basis.
Children and Sleep
Sleep helps our brains process new information and restore muscle tissue. Are your students getting enough sleep? Find out now!