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It is widely accepted that physical activity has numerous positive health outcomes including its influence on meeting healthy weight goals, when associated with low-energy intake through healthy eating habits. In children, physical activity is particularly important as it improves gross and fine motor skill development necessary for academic performance (e.g., writing), selfperceived competence (academic as well as athletic) as well as increasing socio-emotional adjustment and self-esteem.doi:10.5958/2394-2738.2016.00022.4 fatcat:ecsn4eb5g5dbjpwp6mcyg4jm2y