January 17, 2017

According to SHAPE America – Society of Health and Physical Educators and National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), Preschoolers and elementary school-age youths should:

1) Get at least 60 minutes of structured physical activity each day.
2) Preschoolers should engage in at least 60 minutes -- and up to several hours -- of unstructured physical activity each day, and should not be sedentary for...

January 11, 2017

Allowing your children to participate in youth sports is a fantastic way for children to explore and develop lifelong skills. Youth sports not only play an important role in exercise, but promotes mental and psychological advances as well. It is well-known that children who participate in sports are less likely to drop out of school, and become involved in drugs and alcohol activity, while they also excel in academic pe...

January 11, 2017

What if Johnny never learns how to do a cartwheel? Or if Janie never scores a goal? Would there still be any value in putting your preschooler in a sports readiness class? Yes, I say. Absolutely yes.

In addition to sports offering a fun way for preschool kids to burn off excess energy, here are 20 reasons your preschool-aged child should do a sports readiness class that have nothing to do with learning a sport.

1. Separat...

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