Physical activity and, conversely, sedentary behaviours, affect young children’s physical and cognitive development. This topic aims to increase understanding of the impact of one’s practices on children’s motor skills, psychological well-being, s...
Children need to be active every day to promote their healthy growth and development. Physical activity can help kids cope with stress. Parents can provide support and guidance about how to start and how much activity a child needs each day.
Our children are our future. Understanding and supporting their natural yearning for physical activity will help lead them to a lifetime of happy and healthy living. If we joyfully teach them how to include healthy exercise from the early stages o...
Most Indian parents keep a regular tab on the studies of their children, but when it comes to exercise, we think the evening play time with friends and sorts period at school are enough.
Building a strong foundation at a young age not only offers health benefits into old age but immediate results as well.
It’s time to take children’s exercise activities seriously. We must ensure that they are introduced to a wide range of activities from an early age so that they not only stay healthy but can also discover the joys of exercise and movement.
Here are some tips for fitting physical activities into your children's day - at home, at school, at play and along the way, every day.
Doing yoga, zumba or some other formal exercise program might be a great way to share an experience with your child. But when does exercise transition from fun to stuffy?
There are sequential stages for introducing sports and exercise to children. The Sports Medicine Service, KK Women's and Children's Hospital shares safety tips for parents when it comes to physical activities for their child.