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On the Move: The Power of Movement in Your Child's First Three Years

Download Files En Español Feb 26, 2004

Learn how movement activities support young children’s development in all areas, including social-emotional skills like self-confidence and cooperation.

Young children are on the move! And it’s a good thing, because movement is not just important for helping children grow physically strong and healthy. It is also a key factor in their overall development. Most important, children develop a close bond with you through movement. In fact, your child’s desire to be close to and connect with you is what motivates her to move. Download this resource and learn even more!

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