When you notice your child getting wiggly, distracted, or avoiding their work, we recommend adding a quick movement break. You could use a box to create a movement die, or borrow one from a favorite game. Have your child roll the die to determine the type of movement!
Check out our Pinterest board for more movement break activities!
Build a Tunnel Maze!
Creeping on hands and knees is one of the most important S.M.A.R.T. Activities. Use your shipping boxes to create a fun tunnel maze for your child to creep through!
Plot a Home Course!
Use tape to plot out a course in a small room or even throughout several rooms! We recommend low tack painters tape because it is easy to apply and remove.
Use a sticker chart to help you keep track of your child’s movement activities. Download our Movement Chart to help you remember to include movements each day!