Linwood Elementary students play tetherball during recess after lunch. Pediatricians and physical education experts are urging Kansas schools to make recess a priority, with some advocating best practices that include giving children at least one 20-minute block of recess a day; holding recess directly before lunch; and more.
Linwood Elementary students play tetherball during recess after lunch. Pediatricians and physical education experts are urging Kansas schools to make recess a priority, with some advocating best practices that include giving children at least one 20-minute block of recess a day; holding recess directly before lunch; and more. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Linwood Elementary students play tetherball during recess after lunch. Pediatricians and physical education experts are urging Kansas schools to make recess a priority, with some advocating best practices that include giving children at least one 20-minute block of recess a day; holding recess directly before lunch; and more. Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

Refocus on recess, health advocates tell schools

August 21, 2015 06:38 AM