Most children under the age of eight naturally love to run, hop, jump, wriggle, squiggle, skip, or tumble. Now, with Early Steps Physical Education Curriculum: Theory and Practice for Children Under 8, you can turn that natural energy and enthusiasm into solid social learning and a lifelong love for healthy and active lifestyles. The authors, four top international experts in physical education, help you understand ways to promote children’s learning and enhance their intrinsic motivation to be physically active. Advertisements
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