Maintain & develop flexibility

Activities that encourage children to bend, stretch and reach promote flexibility. Having adequate flexibility allows children to participate in daily activities without pain or restriction from their muscles or joints. Being flexible promotes good posture, reduces muscle stiffness and soreness, increases relaxation and minimizes risk of injury

Flexibility Activities Active play on a playground Digging in the garden or at the beach, raking leaves Gymnastics, dancing, wall climbing Yoga, skipping, stretching routines

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