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Vitality Challenge for Kids

In the age of digital saturation, the holistic development of children requires a structured and balanced approach to their daily activities. The Vitality Challenge for Kids is tailored to address this need, offering innovative solutions that encompass diverse facets of a child’s growth.

Screen Time Management

 

Screen Time Management

Achieve before Reward… Gamify tasks like homework, chores, and hobbies, ensuring children accomplish activities before indulging in entertainment screen time (ie. games or watching).
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Play Sports

 

Play Sports

Engaging in sports not only strengthens a child’s body but also nurtures their mind, emotions, and social skills, laying a foundation for a balanced and successful life.

Studies suggest that while individual sports benefit children, participating in team sports may offer added support to child and adolescent mental health. Read More…

 


Body Clock - Circadian-Rhythm

 

Body Clock

Prioritizing sleep fosters a child’s physical, mental, and emotional growth, aligning them with Circadian-Rhythm for a brighter future.

👶 Infants (4-12 months): 12-16 hours (naps included)
🚼 Toddlers (1-2 years): 11-14 hours (naps and all)
🧒 Preschoolers (3-5 years): 10-13 hours (yes, naps too)
👧 School-Age (6-12 years): 9-12 hours
👩‍🦰👨‍🦱 Teenagers (13-18 years): 8-10 hours

Remember, every child is unique! Some may need a tad more or a bit less sleep than their peers. Read More…

 

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