Leading up to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, the NFL and American Heart Association giving schools the opportunity to win cool prizes by participating in the PLAY 60 Challenge.*

INDIANAPOLIS - As a part of Super Bowl XLVI, the National Football League and the American Heart Association (AHA) have joined forces to encourage Indiana students to participate in 60 minutes of daily physical activity-both in school and at home.

The "PLAY 60 Challenge, Super Bowl Edition" is a six-week program that asks fifth and sixth grade students across Indiana to be active at least 60 minutes each day. To register your classroom or learn more about this program visit  Registration will include access to resources such as: details on the six-week Challenge and how to get students to sign up; ideas on how to promote the Challenge within your school in fun, creative ways; information about additional resources to help get students up and active; and ideas on how to incorporate physical fitness in the classroom year-round.

By participating in the "PLAY 60 Challenge, Super Bowl Edition" each class will be eligible to win great NFL prizes!

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