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With millions of people excited about The World Cup this year we've explored the benefits of getting children involved in football. From staying healthy to learning about different countries, football can teach skills both on and off the pitch.
Grab a football and head to the
local park with your family. It enables young people to be healthy and
earn valuable skills which will stick with them throughout their life.
Here are some key benefits of getting kids into football and how you can
get them involved locally. Read More >>>>
Kids love cycling! It's great outdoor family fun, there's an options for all abilities with sturdy scooters and lightweight balance bikes. It's never too early to get your little ones on two (or three!) wheels and with Bike To School week firmly upon us we thought it would be a great idea to share our cycling hints and tips for kids.
We've got the ideal toddler Bike, Sir Chris Hoy offers his top tips
to parents to get children on their bikes and there's clubs and days out
to enjoy! Read More >>>>
Join us as we take a look at all things dance for children. We'll be
talking about the benefits of dance and helping you chose a toddler,
preschool or children's dance class near you.
Moving to music is a natural instinct when you are a baby and we believe dance is a great non-competitive, gender-neutral way of getting very young children physically active.
As a parent we all know how important it is for our children to be
physically active but did you know that such habits could be set by the
age of 5? Read More >>>>
Swimming with your child is one of the most fantastic things that you can enjoy.
You may have some questions, our community of parents have already
asked 'When can I take my baby swimming?', 'How old should my baby be
before I can take it to the pool?', 'Can my baby swim in a nappy',
'What's the best floatation device for kids'.
Let's dip our toe in the water with some words from the experts. Read More >>>>
Children have the wonderful gift of being uninhibited by the rules of art. Encouraging your child’s creativity can not only be fun, but beneficial for your little one. Studies show that art can
help children develop motor skills, language, decision making, cultural
awareness, and improved academic performance over time. Creativity
should be an enjoyable time, however. Finding ways to make it fun for
both you and your child will not only form a positive association
with art but also make the process more inventive and less painful. Read More >>>>
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