Well Balanced Child
The Well Balanced Child is a passionate manifesto for a "e;whole body"e; approach to learning which integrates the brain, senses, movement and play. This fully revised edition includes a new chapter with a story and movement exercise that parents can use to help children reach their potential.
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A practical resource to help parents and professionals understand why movement matters and how music combined with movement can help develop mobility and learning. Read full review
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