Exercises for Early Ages

T he he wise parent finds out about his child's physical needs and capabilities and tries to provide activity opportunities that match them. The unwise parent tries to force the child into an activity mold in which the child feels uncomfortable or downright embarrassed.

The wise parent understands that maturation refers to both physical and mental aspects of the child's makeup. Maturation in both areas may determine the child's ability to perform well in sports or games that demand a high level of coordination or skill. Maturation may in fact be more important than experience.

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