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Fitnessgram Healthy Fitness Zones

Boys

Age Curl Trunk Push Pacer Shoulder Up Lift Ups 20-meter Stretch

(# completed) (inches) (# completed) (Left/Right)

Healthy Fitness Zone = Touching fingertips together behind the back on both right and left sides

5 >2 6 -12 >3 Participation

6 >2 6 -12 >3 Participation

7 >4 6 -12 >4 Participation

8 >6 6 -12 >5 Participation

9 >9 6 -12 >6 Participation

10 >12 9 -12 >7 23-61

11 >15 9 -12 >8 23-72

12 >18 9 -12 >10 32-72

13 >21 9 -12 >12 41-83

14 >24 9 -12 >14 41-83

15 >24 9 -12 >16 51-94

16 >24 9 -12 >18 61-94

17 >24 9 -12 >18 61-106

17+ >24 9 -12 >18 72-106


Girls:

Age Curl Trunk Push Pacer Shoulder Up Lift Ups 20-meter Stretch (inches)

Healthy Fitness Zone = Touching fingertips together behind the back on both right and left sides

5 >2 6 -12 >3 Participation

6 >2 6 -12 >3 Participation

7 >4 6 -12 >4 Participation

8 >6 6 -12 >5 Participation

9 >9 6 -12 >6 Participation

10 >12 9 -12 >7 7-41

11 >15 9 -12 >7 15-41

12 >18 9 -12 >7 15-41

13 >18 9 -12 >7 23-51

14 >18 9 -12 >7 23-51

15 >18 9 -12 >7 32-51

16 >18 9 -12 >7 32-61

17 >18 9 -12 >7 41-61

17+ >18 9 -12 >7 41-72

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How Much Sleep Should My Child Get?

Age Hours Of Sleep

0 - 2 months 10.5 - 18

2 - 12 months 14 - 15

1 - 3 years 12 - 14

3 - 5 years 11 - 13

5 - 12 years 10 - 11


Children Need And Thrive On Routine

The #1 tip for good sleeping habits in children is to follow a nightly routine. A bedtime ritual makes it easier for your child to relax, fall asleep and sleep through the night.

Typical Bedtime Routine Helpful Tips

Make bedtime the same time every night.
Make bedtime a positive and relaxing experience without TV or videos. According to one recent study, TV viewing prior to bed can lead to difficulty falling and staying asleep. Save your child’s favorite relaxing, non-stimulating activities until last and have them occur in the child’s bedroom.
Keep the bedtime environment (e.g. light, temperature) the same all night long.

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Things children should be able to do by age:

5 6 7

Tie their shoes Bounce a ball Ride a 2 wheel bike

Jump rope Bat a ball Catch a ball

Know right from left Kick a ball Balance



8 9 10

Able to tell time Wear deodorant More household chores

Perform chores Team sports

Coordination improves


Visit:

http://www.kidsgrowth.com/stages/guide/index.cfm

http://www.child-development-guide.com/child-development-milestone.htm

http://childparenting.about.com/od/physicalemotionalgrowth/a/physmilestones.htm

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