Imaginations running wildplay a part in children’s health, but as JANET HOWIE reports, many children are not keeping up with nationalactivity guidelines.
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PULSE | The Great Outdoors Wodonga’s Jones family – Sheridan, 8, Caitlin, 10, and Kieran, 12 – are very active and love being outdoors. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Keeping up with the Joneses … Caitlin, 10, Dianne, Sheridan, 8, and Kieran, 12, play in their backyard sandpit. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Wodonga’s Jones family – Sheridan, 8, Caitlin, 10, and Kieran, 12 – are very active and love being outdoors. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Peekaboo at GymbaROO … Archie Dannelly, 3, makes his way through the tunnel. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Peekaboo at GymbaROO … Archie Dannelly, 3, makes his way through the tunnel. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Albury Gymbaroo children’s group. Evan Welsh, 3, on the trampoline. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wahgunyah Primary School year four pupil Chelsea Parker, 10, enjoys a Bluearth session. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Albury physical therapist Wayne Haynes, who has researched physical activity in children, oversees Katya Haynes, 5, and Starcia McNulty, 9, on the balance board. Picture: KYLIE ESLER

TweetFacebook”It’s just all part of interacting as a family and doing things that we enjoy that they enjoy as well.”

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