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for encouraging less enthusiastic children to practice big movements, without them even really realising they are doing it. By asking them to act like different animals, or transporting them to a fantasy world, you will help them develop new physical skills, while also building their imaginations and creativity.


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children with activities, it is equally if not more important to keep them safe. By breaking more demanding activities into smaller steps you can control how far you stretch them, and ensure that less confident children are not overwhelmed. In the long run, children who are fit and strong are a lot less likely to injure themselves due to residual muscle tension which makes their reactions quicker.


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Grow their imaginations Imaginative play is a fantastic tool


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Keep them safe While it’s important to challenge


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Give them control


Fine motor skills such as painting or handwriting can only truly be developed when children have the control to hold themselves in a certain posture and concentrate. Engaging children in games that use balance and coordination can really help them learn to take control of their body movements.


Prepare them for school Starting school is both physically and


mentally exhausting for a young child – they are constantly learning and exploring. By gradually building the intensity and duration of physical activities when children are young, you can help them build the endurance they need to cope with bigger and more demanding activities, such as starting school.


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