Topic: Well-Being
Grade: Preschool
Type of Resource: Research Summary/Report

Sedentary behaviour is associated with negative physical and mental health outcomes among children. Many young children exceed the recommended daily limits of screen and sedentary time. Various interventions have been developed in response to high levels of child sedentary behaviour. Evaluating the effectiveness of interventions aimed at reducing sedentary behaviour is essential for considering policy and practice. implications

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