I would say the key is Any Exercise.
So Anything that she wants to do or can get interested in. The other sports are a great and I would say that's good enough to just have the athletic sports metrics and goals (win the game, get to the top of the climbing wall), instead of the arbitrary fitness metrics(lift such and such weight, do # of exercises, reach this time or weight)
If you are a member of a health club/gym that has extensive classes, go with the random strategy and try all those weird and strange classes that she has never done before-you may need to check if she can participate and accompany her as a child. (pilates, yoga, spin class, bosu, zumba, etc, etc, most are not weighttraining based, and many will stress core strength/balance).
Only if you really are getting 5+ workouts a week, or are bored plateau-ed, then you need these fine-tune to get to the specificity of targetted workouts. I suppose then you go do crossfit and are better then us.