This is all about physical development of your child's body, learning how to move with power, precision and in a skilled manner. It also covers healthy lifestyles, awareness of good habits surrounding personal hygiene and diet.
5 minute high energy exerciseJoe Wicks AKA 'The Body Coach' puts you both through your paces in a very stimulating set of video exercises. We do these in class and the children love them!
Finger gym activities This lady is very over the top but she has a lot of good ideas for helping development fine motor skills. These are essential skills to develop the children's grip for writing, holding cutlery, dressing skills (buttons, zips, shoelaces etc) and drawing/painting skills
I Can Move My Body Like Anything | Movement Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann
I Can Move My Body Like Anything is a fun music and movement brain breaks song for kids. Move your body with fun dances, shake like a salt shaker, roll like ...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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