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07 Dec Rolling is for everyone!

Children love to roll. You may even see children rolling around of the floor before class in the lobby. As young babies, rolling was one of the first methods they used to get around. Did you realize that rolling is stimulating to the brain? When...

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01 Jun Get Moving, Baby!

By Hilary Shenfeld – Daily Herald Staff Writer Ever since Anthony Zavala could walk, he’s been on the move. The Cary boy, now 21/2 years old, spends hours each day turning somersaults, walking on a low balance beam, jumping on a trampoline, catching a ball or otherwise...

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30 May Tumbling to Academic Success

The more a child tumbles, climbs, creeps, and crawls, the more densely wired the brain becomes for academic success.  Movements is the architect of a child’s brain. The two hemispheres of the brain are designed to constantly communicate with one another. The left side of...

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30 May Keep them in the gym for Lifelong Benefits

Here are some good reminders for parents and also teachers to share about the lifelong benefits of gymnastics, and fitness for children. Daily physical activity improves children’s skeletal health, which in turn reduces their risk of developing osteoporosis in the future. * It has been shown...

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