Developing Fundamental Movement Skills Key to Active Future by ProQuest


Irrespective of the genetic predisposition of each young child to perform movement skills, influences (that include teachers, coaches, parents, peers, their home, school and community environment) all contribute to providing opportunities and environments for children and young people to participate in unsupervised and supervised or unstructured and structured play. It is important, Reid believes, that parents give their children the opportunities to develop skills and build confidence by giving them opportunities to take risks and push boundaries.\n "Good physical activity in a fun environment will inherently develop connections in the brain which allow for greater academic and learning capacity."

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