Movement Thinking Imagination


In the early years, your child is still developing control over her movements. The parts of her brain that help her with activities such as kicking a ball or climbing stairs are immature. Many activities require the use of both gross and fine motor skills which continue to develop throughout childhood. The good news is there are fun activities to help her develop the coordination, balance, and muscle control needed to play and grow.


  • Develops coordination, balance and muscle control
  • Builds gross (big) and fine (small) motor skills
  • Enhances eye-hand coordination

  • Featured “How To” Movement Videos

    Video 1 Displayed: Activity Bowling
    Video 2: The Great Bean Bag Toss
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