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Susana Andrade, Angélica Ochoa-Avilés, Wilma Freire, Natalia Romero-Sandoval, Daniel Orellana, Teodoro Contreras, José Luis Pillco, Jessica Sacta, Diana Andrade Muñoz, Patricia Ramírez, Miguel Martin, and Silvana Donoso

active lifestyle in Ecuador. For this purpose, the following databases were searched: Scopus, Taylor & Francis, SpringerLink, ScienceDirect, Scielo, and Google Scholar. The search included all the documents published from 2007 to 2017 using the following keywords “children”, “physical activity”, “fitness

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Kim Gammage, Rachel Arnold, Lori Dithurbide, Alison Ede, Karl Erickson, Blair Evans, Larkin Lamarche, Sean Locke, Eric Martin, and Kathleen Wilson

-support intention–behavior gap for four movement behaviors (sleep, screen time, light physical activity, and moderate–vigorous physical activity) in children or youth aged 5–18 years. Parents completed online questionnaires assessing demographic information for parents and children, physical activity, sleep and

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Jihyun Lee, Seung Ho Chang, and Jerred Jolin

 al., 2008 ). For children, physical activity contexts and social contexts often overlap because common physical activities occur in largely social contexts (e.g.,  Kuo et al., 2009 ). Therefore, we contend that delays in gross motor skills can affect development in other domains, such as social

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Amanda Santos, Sandra Silva-Santos, Michael Duncan, Maria João Lagoa, Susana Vale, and Jorge Mota

. Physical activity guidelines for Americans. Department of Health and Human Services . Okla Nurse . 2008 ; 53 ( 4 ): 25 . 41. Vale S , Santos R , Silva P , Soares-Miranda L , Mota J . Preschool children physical activity measurement: importance of epoch length choice . Pediatr Exerc Sci

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Daniela G.L. Terson de Paleville and Jason C. Immekus

for motor proficiency across minds in motion and yoga groups. BOT-2 indicates Bruininks–Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency Second Edition. Conclusions There is vast evidence that physical activity 3 , 4 , 43 and free play 44 are beneficial for the overall well-being of children. Physical activity

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Marsha Dowda, Ruth P. Saunders, Natalie Colabianchi, Rod K. Dishman, Kerry L. McIver, and Russell R. Pate

Francisco, CA : Josey-Bass ; 2008 : 465 – 485 . 10. Maitland C , Stratton G , Foster S , Braham R , Rosenberg M . A place for play? The influence of the home physical environment on childrenphysical activity and sedentary behavior . Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act . 2013 ; 10 : 99 . PubMed ID

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Peng Zhang, Jung Eun Lee, David F. Stodden, and Zan Gao

participation. Parents’ behaviors play an important role on children’ wellness such as spending time and money on their childrenphysical activities, reducing screen time at home, and providing encouragement and motivation to children’s PA. Ommundsen et al 31 reported that both parental support and parental

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Lisa M. Barnett, David R. Lubans, Anna Timperio, Jo Salmon, and Nicola D. Ridgers

. , & Salmon , J. ( 2018 ). Potential moderators of day-to-day variability in children's physical activity patterns . Journal of Sports Sciences, 36 , 637 – 644 . 10.1080/02640414.2017.1328126 Ridgers , N.D. , Fazey , D.M.A. , & Fairclough , S.J. ( 2007 ). Perception of athletic competence and

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Sandra Silva-Santos, Amanda Santos, Clarice Martins, Michael Duncan, Maria João Lagoa, Susana Vale, and Jorge Mota

-Miranda L , Mota J . Preschool children physical activity measurement: importance of epoch length choice . Pediatr Exerc Sci . 2009 ; 21 ( 4 ): 413 – 420 . PubMed ID: 20128361 doi:10.1123/pes.21.4.413 20128361 10.1123/pes.21.4.413 30. Pate RR , O’Neill JR , Brown WH , Pfeiffer KA , Dowda

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Vernon M. Grant, Emily J. Tomayko, Ronald J. Prince, Kate Cronin, and Alexandra Adams

 ≤ .10 to be included in the full model. ** P value significant at α  ≤ .05. Table 2 Correlates of Physical Activity in American Indian Children Participating in the Healthy Children Strong Families Study Children physical activity Unadjusted odds ratio* 95% confidenceinterval P value Adjusted odds