Young children delight us when they sit up on their own, reach out to be held, or take their first steps. These accomplishments are not just important for their physical development; they also help build intellectual skills, communication skills, and self-confidence. This practical guide discusses how movement supports these areas of development and offers creative ways for parents and caregivers to bring physical activity into a child’s life. Available in packets of 20 to make it convenient to distribute to parents and staff!
Also available in packets of 20 in English - Item: 30047