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Exercise
15-01

Nasal and bronchial response to exercise in children with seasonal allergic rhinitis out of the pollen season

15-01

A longitudinal study of the distance that young people walk to school

15-01

Motor Performance as Predictor of Physical Activity in Children: The CHAMPS Study

14-12

Pragmatic, Randomized Controlled Trials of the Girls on the Go! Program to Improve Self-Esteem in Girls

14-12

Social inequalities in young children’s sports participation and outdoor play

14-12

Morning Exercise Beneficial to Students

14-12

Schools and "low-level" activity

14-12

The Relationship Among Playground Areas and Physical Activity Levels in Children

14-11

Longitudinal changes of cycling peak power in overweight and normal weight boys

14-11

Elementary students' physical activity and enjoyment during active video gaming and a modified tennis activity.

14-11

An Examination of Four Traditional School Physical Activity Models on Children's Step Counts and MVPA

14-11

Impact of a sports program on the functional abilities of children aged 5 to 6 years

14-11

Relationship Between Motivation and Learning in Physical Education and After-School Physical Activity

14-11

Physical Activity Practices in Elementary Schools and Associations With Physical Education Staffing and Training

14-11

An Examination of Four Traditional School Physical Activity Models on Children's Step Counts and MVPA

14-11

Child Pedestrian - Motor Vehicle Collisions and Walking to School in the City of Toronto: The Role of the Built Environment

14-11

Environmental influences on children's physical activity

14-10

Better Together: Outcomes of Cooperation Versus Competition in Social Exergaming

14-10

Physical fitness and academic performance in primary school children with and without a social disadvantage

14-10

Morning Exercise Beneficial to Students

14-09

Associations between daily physical activity and executive functioning in primary school-aged children

14-09

Randomised feasibility trial of a teaching assistant led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 9 to 11 year olds

14-09

Does exercise habit strength moderate the relationship between emotional distress and short-term memory in Malaysian primary school children?

14-09

Academic Achievement and High Fitness Levels

14-09

Developmental differences between boys and girls results in sex-specific physical fitness changes from fourth to fifth grade

14-09

Extracurricular physical and sports activities in elementary students: the case of Alicante

14-09

Examining elementary school children’s level of enjoyment of traditional tag games vs. interactive dance games

14-09

Osteogenic effects of a physical activity intervention in South African black children

14-09

Developmental differences between boys and girls results in sex-specific physical fitness changes from fourth to fifth grade.

14-09

Promoting physical activity in Hong Kong Chinese young people

14-09

Relationship of childhood headaches with preferences in leisure time activities, depression, anxiety and eating habits

14-09

Impact of a pilot pharmacy health-care professional out-of-school time physical activity and nutrition education program with exercise on fourth and fifth graders in a rural Texas community

14-09

Parents’ perception of their influence on their child’s physical activity

14-09

Physical fitness and academic performance in primary school children with and without a social disadvantage

14-09

A short physical activity break from cognitive tasks increases selective attention in primary school children aged 10–11

14-09

Is change in environmental supportiveness between primary and secondary school associated with a decline in children׳s physical activity levels?

14-09

An in-school exercise intervention to enhance bone and reduce fat in girls: The CAPO Kids trial

14-09

Not Just “A Walking the Dog”: Dog Walking and Pet Play and Their Association With Recommended Physical Activity Among Adolescents

14-09

Physical activity patterns of ethnic children from low socio-economic environments within the UK

14-09

Physical activity – academic achievement: student and teacher perspectives on the ‘new’ nexus

14-09

Do Coaches Perceive Themselves as Influential on Physical Activity for Girls in Organised Youth Sport?

14-09

A 30-Year Journey of Monitoring Fitness and Skill Outcomes in Physical Education

14-08

Does a player whose ball juggling skill is the best shows the best ability in a soccer game?

14-08

Physical activity differences between children from migrant and native origin

14-08

A repeated measurement study investigating the impact of school outdoor environment upon physical activity across ages and seasons in Swedish second, fifth and eighth graders

14-07

Physical Fitness, Obesity, and Academic Achievement in Schoolchildren

14-06

Formative evaluation of a UK community-based sports intervention to prevent smoking among children and young people: SmokeFree Sports

14-06

The effects of individual, family and environmental factors on physical activity levels in children

14-06

Premature return to play and return to learn after a sport-related concussion: Physician's chart review

14-06

The child and adolescent athlete: a review of three potentially serious injuries

14-06

Effect of living area and sports club participation on physical fitness in children: a 4 year longitudinal study

14-06

Maternal Physical Activity During Pregnancy, Child Leisure-Time Activity, and Child Weight Status at 3-9 Years

14-06

Are We Driving Our Kids to Unhealthy Habits? Results of the Active Healthy Kids Canada 2013 Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth

14-06

The Effect of Green Exercise on Blood Pressure, Heart Rate and Mood State in Primary School Children

14-06

Factors Influencing Break-Time Physical Activity of South African Primary School Learners From Low-Income Communities

14-06

Primary physical education perspective on creativity: the nature of creativity and creativity fostering classroom environment

14-06

The effects of physical activity on children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

14-06

Physical, Policy, and Sociocultural Characteristics of the Primary School Environment are Positively Associated With Children’s Physical Activity During Class Time

14-06

Developing Students' Emotional Well-being in Physical Education

14-06

Children’s exercise behavior: The moderating role of habit processes within the theory of planned behavior

14-06

Associations between sports participation and psychological difficulties during childhood: A two-year follow up

14-06

Physical activity temporal trends amongst children and adolescents

14-06

Effect of intervention aimed at increasing physical activity, reducing sedentary behaviour, and increasing fruit and vegetable consumption in children: Active for Life Year 5 (AFLY5) school based cluster randomised controlled trial

14-05

Do school-based physical activity interventions increase or reduce inequalities in health?

14-05

Examining the Impact of the Walking School Bus With an Agent-Based Model

14-05

Normal biomechanical values of walking for healthy Saudi children in Riyadh city

14-05

Low-income children feel safer walking/biking to school

14-04

Activity levels in mothers and their 4 yr-old children

14-03

Who children spend time with after school: associations with objectively recorded indoor and outdoor physical activity

14-03

Sports Participation and Parent-Reported Health-Related Quality of Life in Children

14-03

Playing for health? Revisiting health promotion to examine the emerging public health position on children's play

14-03

Changes in physical activity during the transition from primary to secondary school in Belgian children: what is the role of the school environment? (pdf)

14-03

Cycling: health and risk factors

14-03

Can Exergames Impart Health Messages? Game Play, Framing, and Drivers of Physical Activity Among Children

14-03

Effect of physical activity on vascular characteristics in young children

14-03

Are field-based exergames useful in preventing childhood obesity? A systematic review

14-03

Correlates of urban children's leisure-time physical activity and sedentary behaviors during school days

14-03

Physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, and clustered cardiometabolic risk in 10- to 12-year-old school children: The REACH Y6 study

14-03

Is overweight a risk factor for sports injuries in children, adolescents, and young adults?

14-03

The effects of playground markings on the physical self-perceptions of 10–11-year-old school children

14-03

Heart rate response and fitness effects of various types of physical education for 8- to 9-year-old schoolchildren

14-03

Exploring ‘what’ to learn in physical education

14-03

Primary School Sport Project - Engage to Compete (pdf)

14-03

A Systematic Review of the Literature on Screening for Exercise-Induced Asthma: Considerations for School Nurses

14-03

Walking to School: The Experience of Children in Inner City Los Angeles and Implications for Policy

14-03

Constructing cardiovascular fitness knowledge in physical education

14-03

Predictors of meeting physical activity and fruit and vegetable recommendations in 9–11-year-old children

14-01

What helps children to move more at school recess and lunchtime?

14-01

Prospective association of adiposity and cardiorespiratory fitness with cardiovascular risk factors in healthy children

14-01

Intrinsic Effects of Physical Activity on Self-Concept and Academic Achievement Esteem of Preadolescents 

14-01

School sports and identity formation: Socialisation or selection?

14-01

Beyond the Gym: Increasing Outside of School Physical Activity through Physical Education

14-01

Competing for ideal bodies: a study of exergames used as teaching aids in schools

14-01

‘Walking … just walking’: how children and young people's everyday pedestrian practices matter

14-01

Guidelines for Youth Sports Clubs to Develop, Implement, and Assess Health Promotion Within Its Activities

14-01

Examining primary schools' physical education coordinators' pedagogical content knowledge of games: are we just playing as this?

13-12

Effectiveness and feasibility of lowering playground density during recess to promote physical activity and decrease sedentary time at primary school (pdf)

13-12

School travel and children's physical activity: a cross-sectional study examining the influence of distance (pdf)

13-12

Effect of rope skipping on social skills and academic performance on elementary students (pdf)

13-12

Fatness predicts decreased physical activity and increased sedentary time, but not vice versa: support from a longitudinal study in 8-11 year old children

13-12

The importance of parental beliefs and support for pedometer-measured physical activity on school days and weekend days among Canadian children (pdf)

13-12

Barriers to Bicycle Helmet Use in Young Children in an Urban Elementary School

13-12

The voices of children aged 10 and 11years old: their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England (p.24 pdf)

13-12

New Commission to increase levels of physical activity among children

13-12

An evaluation in UK schools of a classroom-based physical activity programme - TAKE 10! ®: A qualitative analysis of the teachers' perspective (pdf)

13-11

Children’s cardiovascular fitness declining worldwide

13-11

Physical Education and Blood Lipid Concentrations in Children (pdf)

13-11

Examining elementary school children’s level of enjoyment of traditional tag games vs. interactive dance games

13-11

Effectiveness of the Energize Elementary School Program to Improve Diet and Exercise

13-11

Are school physical activity characteristics associated with weight status in primary school children?

13-11

Associations Between Teasing, Quality of Life, and Physical Activity Among Preadolescent Children

13-10

Primary school physical education and sports coaches: evidence from a study of School Sport Partnerships in north-west England

13-10

Understanding the relationship between dog ownership and children's physical activity and sedentary behaviour

13-10

High-volume sports club participation and autonomic nervous system activity in children

13-10

Spillovers of health education at school on parents’ physical activity (pdf)

13-10

Objectively measured activity in 8–10-year-old Turkish children: Relationship to health-related fitness

13-10

Objectively measured patterns of physical activity in primary school children in Coventry: the influence of ethnicity

13-10

Effects of a 2-Year School-Based Intervention of Enhanced Physical Education in the Primary School

13-10

Psychosocial correlates of physical activity in school children aged 8–10 years

13-10

Meeting needs of Muslim girls in school sport: Case studies exploring cultural and religious diversity (pdf)

13-10

Seasonal variations in physical fitness among elementary school children

13-10

A task analysis of a sport education physical education season for fourth grade students

13-10

Team-teaching in physical education for promoting coordinative motor skills in children: the more you invest the more you get

13-10

Associations of parental influence and 10–11-year-old children’s physical activity: Are they mediated by children’s perceived competence and attraction to physical activity?

13-10

Six physical education lessons a week can reduce cardiovascular risk in school children aged 6–13 years

13-10

Impacts of Residential Self-Selection and Built Environments on Children’s Walking-to-School Behaviors

13-10

Primary school health scheme reports big improvements in one term

13-10

Physical Activity Research in Hong Kong From 1987 to 2012: Evidence on Children and Adolescents

13-10

Growth and functional capacities in 8-10 year-old children who practice football

13-10

How active are our children? Findings from the Millennium Cohort Study (pdf)

13-10

Promoting a functional physical self-concept in physical education: Evaluation of a 10-week intervention

13-10

Can we test swimming lessons skills in drowning prevention?

13-10

Pediatric Sports Injuries: An Age Comparison of Children Versus Adolescents

13-10

Effect of four additional physical education lessons on body composition in children aged 8-13 years (pdf)

13-06

Too far to walk or bike?

13-05

Dancing Through the School Day: How Dance Catapults Learning in Elementary Education (pdf)

13-05

Impact of a nurse-directed, coordinated school health program to enhance physical activity behaviors and reduce body mass index among minority children

13-05

What young people say about physical activity: the Children's Sport Participation and Physical Activity (CSPPA) study

13-05

The Representation of Physically Active Girls in Children's Picture Books

13-05

Psychological Predictors of Children's Recess Physical Activity Motivation and Behavior

13-05

New Zealand parents' understandings of the intergenerational decline in children's independent outdoor play and active travel

13-05

Physical activity and fitness knowledge learning in physical education: Seeking a common ground

13-05

Benefits of multi-sports physical education in the elementary school context

13-05

‘Getting fit basically just means, like, nonfat’: children's lessons in fitness and fatness

13-05

Experimental observations of the effects of physical exercise on attention, academic and prosocial performance in school settings

13-05

Increasing physical activity in young primary school children — it's child's play

13-05

Association between diet and physical activity and sedentary behaviours in 9–10-year-old British White children

13-05

Family and home influences on children’s after-school and weekend physical activity (pdf)

13-05

The youth sports club as a health-promoting setting: An integrative review of research (pdf)

13-05

An observational assessment of physical activity levels and social behaviour during elementary school recess

13-05

Digital video: The impact on children’s learning experiences in primary physical education

13-05

A pilot study of using jazz warm up exercises in primary school choir in Hong Kong

13-05

Children's Physical Activity Levels During Indoor Recess Dance Videos

13-05

Physical Activity of Young Overweight and Obese Children: Parent Reports of Child Activity Level Compared With Objective Measures

13-05

High physical activity levels in a Waldorf school reflect alternative developmental understandings (pdf)

13-05

Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet - England, 2013 NHS

13-05

An Objective Assessment of Children's Physical Activity During the Keep It Moving! After-School Program

13-02

Physical Activity of Young Overweight and Obese Children: Parent Reports of Child Activity Level Compared With Objective Measures

13-02

Quality Daily Physical Education for the Primary School Student: A Personal Account of the Trois-Rivières Regional Project (pdf)

13-02

Body mass index, perceived and actual physical competence: the relationship among young children

13-02

Non-overweight and overweight children’s physical activity during school recess

13-02

Not enough physical in physical education - Ofsted report

13-02

Recurrent pain and discomfort in relation to fitness and physical activity among young school children

13-02

Video Game–Based Exercise, Latino Children's Physical Health, and Academic Achievement

13-02

Supporting health and activity in schools (pdf)

13-02

Physical fitness predicts adiposity longitudinal changes over childhood and adolescence

13-02

Students’ attitudes toward an after-school physical activity programme

13-02

The Association of Physical Fitness With Body Mass Index and Waist Circumference in Filipino Preadolescents

13-01

Influence of the quality implementation of a physical education curriculum on the physical development and physical fitness of children (pdf)

12-12

Dismantling the school sport partnership infrastructure: findings from a survey of physical education and school sport practitioners

12-12

The association between motivation in school physical education and self-reported physical activity during Finnish junior high school

12-12

Students’ attitudes toward an after-school physical activity programme

12-12

Physical Activity and Positive Youth Development: Impact of a School-Based Program

12-12

Effectiveness of an Adventure-Based Training Programme in Promoting the Psychological Well-Being of Primary School children

12-12

Effect of a Low-Cost, Teacher-Directed Classroom Intervention on Elementary Students' Physical Activity

12-12

Physical Activity and Blood Pressure in Primary School Children

12-12

Use of SPARK to Promote After-School Physical Activity

12-12

Family and home influences on children’s after-school and weekend physical activity

12-10

Effectiveness of intervention on physical activity of children

12-10

Interaction of sedentary behaviour, sports participation and fitness with weight status in elementary school children

12-10

Multi-level examination of correlates of active transportation to school among youth living within 1 mile of their school.

12-10

Engaging Children through Sport: Examining the Disconnect between Program Vision and Implementation

12-10

Variability of physical activity in 4 to 10-year-old children: a study by accelerometry.

12-10

Efficacy of an integrated school curriculum pedometer intervention to enhance physical activity and to reduce weight status in children

12-10

Issues and problems in the organization of children’s sport: A case study of Norway

12-10

Educating primary teachers to teach physical education

12-09

Do theory and pedagogy have an impact on provisions for outdoor learning : A comparison of approaches in Australia and Norway

12-08

Childhood aerobic fitness predicts cognitive performance one year later (pdf)

12-08

Do parents’ and children's concerns about sports safety and injury risk relate to how much physical activity children do?

12-08

Predicting active school travel: The role of planned behavior and habit strength (pdf)

12-08

Adiposity and Physical Activity Are Not Related to Academic Achievement in School-Aged Children

12-08

Parent awareness of young children's physical activity.

Exercise, Food, Health
15-01

Healthy Kids Out of School: Using Mixed Methods to Develop Principles for Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in Out-of-School Settings in the United States

Education, Exercise
14-12

The importance of physical activity and aerobic fitness for cognitive control and memory in children

14-12

Enhanced academic performance using a novel classroom physical activity intervention to increase awareness, attention and self-control: Putting embodied cognition into practice

14-12

Fit to Focus: Measuring the Effects of Physical Activity on Behavior Management

14-12

Minutes count: Determining the dose response of classroom exercise beaks on academic acute educational outcomes in primary school students

13-12

Physical Activity and academic achievement: Literature search from SHEU

Education, Exercise, Food
14-12

The role and impact of student leadership on participants in a healthy eating and physical activity programme

Exercise, Health, Lifestyle
14-10

Parenting stress: a cross-sectional analysis of associations with childhood obesity, physical activity, and TV viewing

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