Get Kids Moving: Encouraging Physical Activity in Infants

  • January 30, 2017

Children are never too young to move and learn about what their bodies are capable of doing. In order to run, jump, throw, and dance when they’re older, infants have to start developing and mastering balance, coordination, good posture, and other physical skills that will serve as the foundation for the more advanced physical skills they develop later in life.

In Encouraging Physical Activity in Infants, Steve Sanders, EdD, discusses the importance of physical activity for infants, how you can create the best environment for physical activity, and provides a variety of tips on how you can get little bodies moving. Here are just a few of the tips he shares.

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