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Don’t see it as a task but as a release. Exercise & Sport And The Wholistic Benefit

This is guest post written by Jess Silver of Flex for Access Society as a whole is experiencing tremendously challenging times right now amidst the Covid-19 outbreak. Throughout times where the future is uncertain, there is one thing that is certain and it is that it most important to prioritize one’s health. This is even more important for those who have varying needs due to physical limitations and other challenges. Individuals with varying needs related to physical disabilities, are the ones most in need of exercise for the following reasons every day and especially during times of adversity, when one has limited access to other things which are part of a routine and to maintain longevity. Reasons Why Fitness and...

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Why Tee Ball Is One of the Best Sports for Your Tiny Tot

Baseball is a sport that easily steals hearts. No matter how eagerly you wait to see your child ace the sport, children take some time to learn the game. However, taking baby steps in this direction always goes a long way! If you want to nurture your child’s interest in baseball, Tee ball sets can be your best partner. Kids have a flood of energy. To ensure that they use it to their advantage, they need to learn to channel their strength in the right direction. Here is how Tee ball helps to fuel your kid’s growth- Caters to Their Unique Needs Every child is different and so are their needs. Some are quick in grasping and learn as soon...

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Sports Skills Games for Kids Week 1

Every day over the next few weeks we will be sharing our starter sports skills curriculum for kids age 3-6 via videos on our social media channels.  These games are a great way to keep kids working on their physical literacy while staying active and having fun! Typically this curriculum is included in our sports starter kits, but will now be available for digital download for free.  For this week, we'll be starting sport-specific skills to help your kids learn and improve:  To download a copy of each game with instructions and equipment list, click below  

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Week 1 of Home Games for kids age 3-6

With many kids suddenly at home, we know that the next few weeks are going to be a challenge. We love our community and want to help! We've decided to share our starter MOBO curriculum (motor control and ball control) for kids age 3-6.  These games are a great way to keep kids working on their physical literacy while staying active and having fun! Typically this curriculum is included in our sports starter kits, but will now be available for digital download for free.  For week 1, we'll be working on:  ThrowingCatchingDribbling Supplies Here's a list of supplies you will need. If you don't have these at home, we have some links below. We have also listed alternates so you can...

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Melatonin Dosage for Kids

With the daylight savings time change happening, many kids (and adults) can have trouble falling asleep, which we all know can ruin our (I mean their) mornings! Although the use of low doses of melatonin seems to be safe and effective, more research is needed to answer some questions. As with any supplement, please only give melatonin to your child under a doctor’s direction. What is Melatonin? Melatonin is a hormone secreted in a small organ in the brain. The hormone helps the body maintain its circadian rhythm – the internal clock that helps people with their sleep-wake cycle. Darkness actually helps stimulate the secretion of the hormone, which is why melatonin levels typically rise in the evening. Does Melatonin...

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Exercises for a 4-year-old-kids

Do you have a 4-year-old full of energy? I know what it's like to have one who literally is jumping up and down for no reason (ahem, time to use up that energy!). Sports are a great way to get their mind and body moving and developing and did you know that kids this age need three hours of physical activity a day! I know I didn't do "traditional" exercises when I was a 4-year-old, but it's actually never too young to start. By starting early (in a fun way) kids start building a love for exercise that lasts a lifetime! When it comes to exercises 4-year-olds, it’s important to remember two things: Give them a variety of movement Keep...

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Top 10 Sports Toys for Toddlers (2020)

We’ve ranked our Top 10 Sports Toys for Toddlers 2020! When it comes to your little toddlers or pre-K kids, there is an endless option of toys for boys and girls. Rather than pick something a 3 year old will use once and then forget, start exploring some of our top toddler toys that will help them get active and improve skills! These also make perfect birthday presents for toddlers. While choosing the right and best sports toys for boys or girls may be a challenging task, it is important to put time and effort in doing so. Toys are not only a great pastime but perform the noble purpose of nurturing your child’s analytical skills and helping them learn...

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10 Engaging Physical Activities for Kids

Children are so inclined to spend most of their time playing games on smartphones or watching videos on the internet, that it's getting tougher to pull them away.  There are so many kids who rarely leave their rooms or home and engage in physical activities. With schooling ending at 2:30 pm, these kids have anywhere between 4-6 hours left in their day. As parents, engaging your kids in healthy physical activities and spending some time outdoors is an excellent idea, but sometimes easier said than done! There are a number of games and activities they can do; from band-aid tag to duck duck goose to jump roping. In order for children to develop into healthy adults, they need to jump, walk,...

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Super Bowl 54 Activities for Young Kids

49ers or Chiefs? It probably goes without saying that the biggest sporting event in America every winter is the Super Bowl. It's one of the few days that bands of a sport as well as those who were just there for the party get together, hang out, and watch football. Or maybe just the commercials! If you have young kids around, you may be excited about the game, but they probably have no clue! Super bowl is a great experience to share with your kids but it can be challenging if you have little ones who are either not too sure what is going on or simply not as interested as others. We've come up with a few things that you can do on...

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