Children learn through play. They establish brain connections through movement. These brain connections ensure that children can concentrate on a task when they reach school age. They help with impulse…Continue Reading
Growing up we sat cross-legged in school fairly often. The lower grades had carpets in the classrooms. We would sit there listening to the teacher read, or explain certain concepts.…Continue Reading
Vitamin A is vital for growing children. This vitamin helps with vision development, healthy eyes and night vision. It is necessary to build strong tooth enamel. Sufficient Vitamin A…Continue Reading
Simply owning a ball is an easy way to get children moving and active.
Sit on the ball instead of a chair for watching TV or working at a desk. Brilliant…Continue Reading