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Help NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS and Let's Move in School set two Guinness World Records!
Do something good for your health and the planet. Between noon ET October 26 and noon ET October 27, you and your school can help break two Guinness World Records: ″
Here's how it works:
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1.3. Million JAM for Physical Activity!
The 2012 JAM World Record event was a huge success with over 1 million children and adults participating! It certainly set a world record as the country's first national movement led by children got everyone moving at once, Thursday, September 27 at 10 am local time.
The initiative was created to raise awareness about the importance of everyone making good health choices and physical activity a daily habit.
West Virginia earned the 1st ever national JAM Title with more than 124,000 people getting up and on their feet
for the one minute physical active routine!
AAHPERD and National Geographic Kids break a Guinness World Record! Joined by First Lady Michelle Obama on October 11-12 thousands of kids across the country jumped together to break the record for most jumping jacks done in a 24 period of time.
55,000 people came out to PLAY at the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. on September 24th in support of healthy and active lifestyles. AAHPERD's Let's Move In School was front and center for the action!
Held on March 31, 2011, at PETCO Park in San Diego in conjunction with the 2011 AAHPERD National Convention & Expo
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