‘iGame4’ Gets Kids Moving

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Throughout the week of Feb. 9, students at Miller Avenue are using the interactive video game “iGame4” to work on their physical fitness.

During their physical education classes, students have the opportunity to play several interactive video games, including “Just Dance,” “Nat Geo,” “Wipe Out” and “Happy Action Theater” to get heart-healthy.

All of the equipment for the program, including game consoles and large-screen TVs, are brought into the school by iGame4.

“The kids really enjoy the program,” said Christine Klouda, a physical education instructor for iGame4.

Aside from being able to play the games during the school day, students and their families are invited to a family iGame night on Feb. 11 from 6 to 8 p.m.