Movement Helps with Learning

I have a few active learners who enjoy moving to learn. For instance, my second son learned his alphabet jumping off a chair as he said the letters. Even though this is a non-traditional style of learning, I have found active kids stay more engaged in the learning and become less bored or frustrated with the process. This video also shows another way we have used movement to learn. Keep is fun, with less drama and kids thrive in learning.

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Indepentant school choice options advocate that desires to assist teachers, parents and families to take an active roll in the education of children.
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