- Consecutive use for more than one hour of Internet and other electronic screen products including smartphones, tablet personal computers, video games, or televisions is discouraged.
- Physical activities, including outdoor activities, are encouraged:
1) Pre-schoolers: Accumulate at least three hours physical activities daily.
a) Under 2 years old: Parents can give more opportunities for motor activities by allowing toddlers to run and walk instead of being carried or riding in a baby stroller.
b) 2 to 6 years old: Parents and teachers should encourage children and adolescents to have play (preferably outdoor), stretching, aerobic, muscle strengthening and group activities daily. At home, light intensity activities (e.g. playing with toys, dressing up, packing school bags, etc.) on top of more vigorous ones (e.g. brisk walking, riding tricycle, playing hide-and-seek, etc.) are the range of activities good for young children's health and growth.
2) Primary and secondary school students (6 to 18 years old): Accumulate at least 1 hour of moderate-to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.
a) Moderate-intensity physical activity e.g. swimming, cycling or playing volleyball.
b) Vigorous-intensity physical activity e.g. playing basketball, football or rope skipping.