3 encourage families to go there on a

3 words chosen: friendly, colours, rich or poor

Solution: Organise outdoor activities where all children are
encouraged to attend, irrespective of social class or economic status. As an
example, the Government can organise free friendly competitions, say every Saturday,
where the children would play against each other. Apart from being fun for the
children, it would encourage them to go out and do some physical activity
instead of staying at home on their computer or playing video games. The
children would be split in teams, example according to locality and each team
member would wear a coloured sash around his/her hand to indicate to which team
he/she belongs to. The winning team would win goodie bags filled with fresh
fruit and other healthy food. Thus, apart from showing the children the
importance of physical activity and how fun it can be, the importance of eating
the right food is also emphasised.

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3 words chosen: pets,
message, investing

Solution: Invest in campaigns to encourage families to
buy or adopt a dog as this has a lot of benefits. This message can be sent to
the whole population through TV programmes, schools and with flyers. Normally, children
who have pets go outside more than those who don’t. To begin with, they would regularly
go for walks with their pets. In addition, dogs love to play with children and
so children who have pets have a higher chance of doing some physical activity
as they would run and play with them, especially in the case of large dogs
which need to waste a lot of energy.

For those who cannot or don’t want a dog
at their home, sanctuaries should start campaigns whereby they encourage
families to go there on a regular basis and take a dog for a walk. In doing
this, children are walking as they walk their dogs. The dogs, both if taken
from the sanctuaries or adopted/bought can also be taken to open lands with
grass and a lot of playing space so that the children could play safely with
the dogs, example playing fetch or running together.