Kids are experts at falling down. Whether playing their favorite sport or just walking across the room, kids regularly reacquaint themselves with the wonders of gravity.
However, with the right training, even the goofiest kids can improve their balance and coordination, which can help them in sports and daily activities.
Stand on One Foot
Standing on one foot is a basic balancing skill, but not every kid will be able to master it immediately. If your child is having trouble with this, start by having him first stand one foot while keeping the other on a stool. As he improves, replace the stool with a ball. Be sure to do this with both legs. Make a game out of it. See how long he can balance on each leg, and then have him try it with his eyes closed.
Hopscotch is a classic activity, and for good reason. It’s great for developing balance and kids love it. For an extra challenge and to get even more out of this game, play it without switching feet. This takes the skills of standing on one foot to the next level.
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