Tag: sports

Host a Family Olympics

You don’t need much to organize your own Family Olympics: just a few easy-to-find items and some open space, whether a park, a beach, or a swimming pool. There are so many games and sports to choose from, so get

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Everything You Need to Know About Sun Protection

While you should enjoy the outdoors to the fullest this season, make sure keep your skin safe when you’re having fun in the sun! Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about sun protection and how to best

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You Don’t Have to Be an Olympian to Reap the Benefits of Playing Sports

Feeling inspired by the Olympics? Remember that playing sports has benefits for more than just Olympic athletes.

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Fueling up: How to help your young athlete make healthy choices

A new study found that kids who play sports tend to eat more salty and sugary foods as well. Help your child make good choices on and off the field for a strong, healthy body.

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Tenacity serves over 5,000 Boston school kids each summer with a dynamic curriculum of tennis, reading and fitness games at more than 20 site locations around Boston. In partnership with the City of Boston, Tenacity provides students ages 6-16 with

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Tips for Raising Active Girls!

Help your daughter enjoy sports with these tips and resources.

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Make the Most of Sports: Help Your Child Prevent Injuries

Kids playing baseball

Preventing sports injuries is one of the best ways to be sure your child has fun!

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Kelly Outdoor Skating Rink

Ice skating is a great winter activity for people of all ages and abilities.

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Youth Connection (Vine Street)

After-school and summer program for ages 9 to 16. Provides workshops, training, arts, education, and sports.

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Summer Sports Camp (Egleston YMCA)

Open to kids ages 5 to 13. Camp includes a different sport each week: basketball, baseball, hockey, etc.

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