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L'il Critters and Steve Ettinger Teach Kids Be A L'il Critter Fitness Moves

Look at the smiles and sunshine! There's nothing more energizing than a day at the Central Park Zoo in New York City with #LilCritters learning about fitness and nutrition. We enjoyed a fun, “Be a L’il Critter” fitness routine designed with L'il Critter kids in mind, presented by L’il Critters, "the #1 selling kid’s gummy vitamin brand".

Thank you to L'il Critters for sponsoring this post with an invitation to attend a media event and a promotional item for the purpose of facilitating this advertorial.

L’il Critters and Steve Ettinger adult and children’s fitness expert gave a energetic lesson to kids and parents emphasizing ways to practice the healthy habits of “being a L’il Critter". Taking time to learn new fitness moves and healthy nutrition habits inspired by the star-attraction animals in the zoo, families were motivated to work together to make health and wellness top priority. 

 Be A L'il Critter Bear

#LilCritters Says- "Bears love sweet berries, like blueberries and raspberries. Berries are bursting with good-for-you vitamins that give bears energy to explore the forest and climb trees."

Be A L'il Critter Frog

#LilCritters Says- "Frogs love bugs! You can find them hanging out on lily pads, waiting for their lunch. They use their googly eyes and long sticky tongues to help catch bugs."

Be A L'il Critter Snow Leopard

#LilCritters Says- "Snow Leopards are wild cats that love to eat meat. They live in the snowy mountains and have a thick coat of fur that covers them from head to tail to keep warm."

Be A L'il Critter Monkey

#LilCritters Says- "Monkeys go ape for bananas! Bananas grow in high trees where monkeys love to play, giving them lots of energy so they can swing and play all day."

Be A L'il Critter Penguin

#LilCritters Says- "Penguins love fish! All kinds of fish, like salmon and tuna fish, give penguins "brain power" so they can play and learn at their best."

Be A L'il Critter Sea Lion

#LilCritters Says- "Sea Lions spend lots of time fishing for their food. fish gives them energy to power their flippers, dive deep in the ocean and hold their breath under water."
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