Ymca Event Analysis: Move It, Move It

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The event was the YMCA event, and my sub-group and I worked at the station called, “Move it, Move it, Move it.” The YMCA event is at San Jose, where different age groups at the YMCA facility where they can come join the event that my team and I created. Family and their children can come enjoy the stations that the team had created. The stations were arts and craft, making pledges, games, and physical activity. Our team overall goal is to be part of the community where we can give back to community where kids can learn new skills, be active, access of opportunities, and having fun. I worked on with other two members on the station, “Move it, Move it, Move it” which it’s all about being physically active. Our station’s goal is that we want kids…show more content…
Like other community partners, the YMCA event has shown support of the health promotion goals. YMCA event brought opportunities that the community may not experience. The different stations at the event where students strengthen the kids into new knowledge and experiences. There are protective factors like us, students being a role model, activities for kids to be physically active, and learning new skills from the art and crafts. The event was to have community to do healthier things and promoting the goals that each stations want the kids to take away. We established different stations that brings in different learning…show more content…
I knew there will be going to be children, but I never expect younger children and older children coming to the event especially kids who are only few months old. I never thought I would be working with such a young child, and it was interesting how we work with these younger kids compare to 10 years old. It was totally different, and it was a great experience to work with kids at that young age and also with older kids. I expected families will join their kids and participate, and they did. Parents and their children join in together and having fun. At the parachute activity, parents with their children join in and I saw them enjoying themselves. Our stations fits perfectly with other stations because each station has its own activities and have different goals in promoting health. The arts and craft stations teaches kids new skills in making flowers, the pledge station teaches kids making promises and creating goals for them, the game station allows kids to have fun and learning knowledge on the different games, and our station which is physical activity helps kids to be physically active and exercising. All these stations is what build the YMCA event, and the team was able to promote their goals and giving all the resource to the
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