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  • Morning Announcements: Monday, May 10, 2021 - Bicycle Safety

    In honor of #MoveInMay we are continuing to talk about National Physical Fitness and Sports Month with Bicycle Safety Tips! Some safe riding tips we talked about today were:

    • Wear a bike helmet.
    • See and be seen.
    • Use verbal and non-verbal communication.
    • Check your equipment.
    • Watch for and avoid road hazard signs.
    • Avoid night riding.
    • Go with the traffic flow.
    • Obey all traffic laws.

    We watched a great video that reviews bicycle safety too!

    Daily Challenge: Tell me something you learned about bicycle safety or show me a picture that shows YOU using bicycle safety.

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     Morning Announcements: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 - YOUR Heart!

    We continued with honoring #MoveInMay and talked about National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and YOUR HEART! Did you know……
    • The heart is the size of your fist.
    • The heart is like a big pump made of muscles, and it constantly pumps blood throughout our bodies every minute of every day.
    • Everyone thinks that the heart is on the left side, of your chest – but it is actually in the middle of your chest between your two lungs.
    • The heart weighs between 7 and 15 ounces which is about the same as a bottle of Heinz Ketchup!
    • The average adult heart beats about 72 times a minute, 100,000 times a day and around 35 MILLION times a year!
    • To keep your heart healthy, you really need to get out there and get some exercise in. 30 minutes a day will keep it healthy!
    Daily Challenge: Let me see your best hearts! OR Tell me how you can get your heart pumping!
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