In today’s world, kids have all kinds of nudges not to move. With this simple recipe, we can help them develop a love of physical activity.
Using this simple recipe, here’s how you can encourage physical literacy and a love of movement in your children.
When you “blend” these three ingredients, they become a “super-smoothie” that kids can’t resist. The recipe is called physical literacy.
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When your child says they’re just “not good” at something, encourage them to keep trying and become more confident with this advice.
In discussions of physical literacy, you’ll often hear talk of “fundamental movement skills.” What exactly are they?
Equine-assisted therapy has a host of benefits for kids with physical or cognitive disabilities or developmental delays.