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According to the Health Promotion Board’s guidelines for children below the age of seven,
those capable of walking unaided should be physically active for at least 180 minutes a day,
spread throughout the day in safe environments.

Jumping, running and tumbling are just some of the ways you can get your little ones moving
about and staying active. If you are thinking about letting your children participate in any sports,
keep in mind that sports should be less about competition and more about
providing fun opportunities to be active for them…

Learn about which type of sports best suit your little athlete in the Knockout Edition.