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DLA4 - Many may come from poor families that turn to fast...

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Lindsey Faucher FSW 281 DLA #4 2/26/10 Because of the problems that Dana is dealing with, she needs to think about what would be best for the children. They need activities that will allow them to exercise, have fun, and most importantly feel comfortable with themselves. It is so important for children at a young age to build up their confidence and feel that they are unique in their own way. It is also important to have a healthy lifestyle so that they can continue leading that type of lifestyle when they grow older. Students need to constantly be active and eat healthy foods so that they can get in shape and be physically fit. Dana could implement many types of different exercises into the activities during the time she has with them. She will have to consider a few things though; one important one being that these children will probably not have a great amount of motivation.
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Unformatted text preview: Many may come from poor families that turn to fast food and junk because it is cheaper and easier to get. Many of these families will not care as much about their child’s well being and will not realize what risks they are causing for their children. She will have to plan games that involve exercising, fun ways to get moving, and snacks that involve healthy foods only. Once the children start doing this all the time, they will hopefully want to bring it into their homes as well. Because of this, it is important that Dana communicate to the parents of these children about these issues. She should send them letters suggesting things they can do in their free time at home and snacks that would be great to incorporate into the diets of their children and even their family....
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