By Sandy. Printable Worksheet. At Saturday, September 14th 2019, 07:44:54 AM.
Children aged 18 to 24 months should spend as little time as possible in front of a screen. Those aged between 2 and 5 should spend no more than 1 hour a day. Any cut-and-paste craft can be a fun way to improve fine motor skills so tailor projects to your monthly theme or unit, and let your imagination be your guide. Butt Kicks: Like high knees in reverse. Exaggerate your steps in jogging by reaching your foot toward your rear end (sometimes easier to do when jogging in place). You can help your children or any children you look after to be active.
Deep Relaxation, also published by Create Space offers 62 pages of images to color including some that are child-friendly. High Knees: While walking, lift knees high in the air. Intensify by adding arm movements, like a hand or elbow touch; or by speeding up the walk to a jog.
Children learn more physical skills in their first 6 years than at any other point in their lives. These are called basic or fundamental movement skills. They are the building blocks for lifelong activity. Shift to a side-to-side movement pattern. Include some dynamic stretches. After the muscles are warm, static stretches are OK. Continue with skill games and drills related to your child’s sport or activity.