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Wondering how to keep the kids moving (and burning off some of that enviable energy) when cooler temperatures force them to spend more time indoors? If you find yourself housebound with restless kids, use these great ideas to set up a relay or obstacle course around your...
The foundation of strength gained in phase 1 allows kids to learn more complex movement patterns in phase 2 without risking injury. Here are some basic exercises that will help kids learn each of the five movement patterns necessary to develop a strong, healthy body.
You don’t need a fancy gymnasium or organized sports to get children active. All it takes is a little imagination and enthusiasm. This obstacle course can be created at home and requires no special equipment – perfect for rambunctious kids on a rainy day.
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