Pumas hunt using both strength and stealth (stealth means being sneakily quiet…Shh…). They can drag prey several times their own body weight, so it’s really important for pumas to stay in shape by exercising and eating well. Did you know that pumas can run up to 50 mph and jump as high as 15 feet?! Even though humans don’t hunt and eat live prey, it’s also important for them to pay attention to nutrition and physical activity. Click here to learn some exercises and healthy tips from Suma.

Suma says the following website will help you find games, videos, songs, activity sheets, recipes, and tips to eat healthier and move more: https://www.nutrition.gov/topics/nutrition-age/children/kids-corner

And if you’re interested in checking out some books or kits related to health and nutrition, the library has you covered!

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Suma, Miss Jamie, and Miss Cathy enjoyed playing the exercise dice game included in the Get Up and Go kit!

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Good Enough to Eat by Lizzy Rockwell

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Move Your Body by Gina Bellisario

Now turn the pages and enjoy building a healthy lifestyle with your friends and family!