Infographic: Los Ninos Activos Aprenden Mejor

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December 3, 2015
By Chad Spoon
Infographic: Los Ninos Activos Aprenden Mejor

Our popular Active Kids Learn Better infographic has now been translated into Spanish.

Obesity can have serious ramifications for kids' cognitive development and affect school attendance. Because children spend so much time at school, schools have a unique opportunity to help children become more healthy and active. Policies that support daily physical education and regular activity breaks during the school day can help increase physical activity, improve academic performance and improve classroom behavior among students.

This infographic features evidence on how physical activity and fitness may help school-aged children maximize their academic performance, and provides an overview of the effects of physical activity on the developing brain. Findings presented in this infographic come from a related ALR research brief.

We are happy to provide a number of options for downloading our Active Kids Learn Better infographic. You can download the full version in JPG format (1.07 MB) by clicking on the image above or the "Download Original" link at the bottom.

A high resolution PDF version of each infographic file is also available upon request. When requesting, please let us know how you intend to use the infographic.

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