Brain boosting exercises to do with your kids

KSTU – Brooke Graham

“When children are young, their brain development depends on certain types of movement for learning from birth all the way up to the age of 12, and even beyond. Those first few years are critical, and if your child or student demonstrates poor muscle strength or has not developed their gross motor skills, you may start to see gaps in their learning development, behavior, attention, hand-eye coordination, reading and comprehension. Certain movement activities are more beneficial than others and they help organize the brain by targeting specific areas we want to “change” for higher learning…Here are some of the activities to try at home…”

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