PLAY FOR LIFE
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How to help your child become a successful mover
The current Government guidelines for daily physical activity for pre-school aged children is 180 minutes (3 hours) spread throughout the day, indoors and outdoors. Much is written on the danger of sedentary lifestyles in the young. The guidelines state that pre-school children need unstructured, active and energetic play to allow them to develop their fundamental movement skills and master their physical environment.
Micro’s Play for Life study has broken down these 180 minutes into achievable, easy to implement games and ideas you can play with your child.
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