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Getting active with your toddler is very simple. Encouraging these gross motor activities will develop your child’s skills and keep exercise pleasurable.
- Push/Pull and ride on toys are great for busy little people.
- Walk up and down stairs in your home while holding your toddler’s hand. Counting the stairs adds a bit of fun.
- Bring a favorite ball to the park. Toss, kick, catch, and roll the ball together.
- Take a walk in your backyard or neighborhood. For variety try marching, jogging, and walking backwards.
Most importantly, find fun in playing and being active with your toddler.
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