"You don't stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing." annonymous
Well developed physical skills are important in their own right, but also for future tasks in reading, writing, scientific explorations, and math. As children learn what their bodies can do, they gain self-confidence. The more they can do, the more willingly they try new and increasingly challenging tasks. This increased self-confidence positively influences their attitude toward learning in other areas. Physical education in the early grades contributes to children's academic achievement, general health, self-esteem, stress management, and social development. We know from brain research that movement literally "wakes up" the brain.
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Seven days without exercise makes one weak!