Directions are funny. My wife has no idea if we are driving north, south, east, or west. She refers to herself as “directionally challenged”. I feel like I have a sense of direction – as I know when I am facing north for example but if I had to give you directions to the store, I couldn’t say go...
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We were eager to delve deeper into the topic of the Power of Play from a fresh perspective. For many reasons, older adults form the belief that maintaining physical health is best achieved in individual fitness or therapeutic activities. Although there is no doubt that medically based therapy is...
Let's discuss "Play" and why it matters so much for older adults and seniors!
Are you ready to go back to school!? Get your students excited and ready for the new school year with engaging activities that will make a meaningful impact on their learning journey and yours!
Hopscotch is a timeless game that has been enjoyed by children and adults for generations. With its simple rules and endless possibilities for creativity, hopscotch offers not only fun but numerous benefits for physical and mental development.
Integrating physical activity and movement opportunities throughout the day is a fun and meaningful way to engage all learners. Physical educators often combine movement with other subjects from the classroom.
There has been a slow, pervasive pandemic growing for decades. You wouldn’t know it unless you have children or are around children. It’s not transmissible, but it’s been increasing in intensity across the country, regionally, developmentally, and socio-economically. This pandemic often results in...
Children are naturally curious and for most kiddos they are always on the move! Therefore, they are constantly seeking new experiences and ways to engage with their environment. Sensory pathways, also known as sensory movement pathways or sensory hallways, provide an innovative and fun approach to...
Here’s a question that has really concerned us as a company and advocate for kids health and wellness. If research has consistently shown that recess offers numerous benefits to children's physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development, why then are schools reducing recess?
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