|Martial arts||Snowshoeing||Attending aerobics or fitness classes||Canoeing or kayaking||Skiing or snowboarding||Hunting or trapping||Hiking||Gardening or yard work||Fishing||Competitive or team sports (e.g. hockey)||Skating||Dancing traditional, modern, etc.)||Berry picking or other food gathering||Bicycling or mountain biking||Running or jogging||Swimming||Walking|
Source: CICH graphics created using data adapted from the First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey (RHS) 2008/10, National report on adults, youth and children living in First Nations Communities.
First Nations children aged 6 to 11 years engage in a variety of physical activities.
The most common among both girls and boys are walking, swimming, running/jogging and biking.
Girls are more likely than boys to engage in dancing or berry picking/food gathering.
Boys are more likely to engage in competitive or team sports, fishing, hunting or trapping.