Friday, 18 November 2016

English handbook of healthy lifestyle for children

With a great pleasure we present handbook of healthy lifestyle created by our English partner - Teachsport 2010 CIC.

Monday, 14 November 2016

Simple fun episode 1: 500

Do you want to have fun, but you don’t have a lot of “sports stuff” lying around? In these series, we will present you games that can be played with just some friends and a single ball. Because exercise needs to be fun and simple!

This episode will focus around 500, a very simple counting game. You will need a ball (football, handball, basketball, volleyball, any large ball will do) and some friends. 

Step 1: choose a thrower, and give him a ball;

Step 2: the thrower will throw the ball high into the air (as straight up as possible) and shout a number (any number will do) and either “dead” or “alive”;

Step 3: the others will try to catch the ball, but be careful – if the thrower shouted “dead”, you need to catch the ball after it hit the ground, and if he/she shouted “alive”, you need to catch the ball before it hits the ground;

Step 4: whoever caught the ball correctly (be careful it the thrower shouted “dead” or “alive”) gets the number of points that the thrower said before.

Step 5: Give the ball back to the thrower and let him do it again, but remember how many points each player has after each turn!

The first player who reaches 500 points wins the game and he/she will be the thrower for the next game. 

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Portuguese handbook of healthy lifestyle

Everyone knows that football is the most popular sport in Portugal. But what about other disciplines? Does playing sport is enough to be healthy?

If you want to know more about sport and health read the handbook made by Municipality of Lousada.

Portuguese handbook of healthy lifestyle

Monday, 7 November 2016

Friday, 4 November 2016

Sugar, sugar

Do you know how much sugar do you consume in drinks? Read few facts and you will be really shocked.
  1. Coca Cola. In small can of this drink (330 ml) there are about 35 grams of sugar that gives 7 teaspoons.
  2. Juices and fruit drinks. In 300 ml of these drinks you will consume 6 teaspoons of sugar.
  3. Tea drinks. Drinking 300 ml of tea drinks you get almost 3 teaspoons of sugar.
  4. Drinkable yogurt. In a bottle of 300 ml there are 8 teaspoons of sugar.
  5. Flavored water. In 300 ml of such water you will find 3 teaspoons of sugar.
  6. Energy drinks. In small can (250 ml) there is 5,5 teaspoon of sugar.
Choose better - drink water!