Wednesday, December 18, 2002
Movement promotes neurological development but our society smiles upon 'sitting still'. An extract from Hopping Home Backwards describes one way round the problem The fact that very few early years settings have a movement corner - a dedicated place for children to go when they choose to move - says a lot about how we think about movement and learning.
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