A post from The Palmetto Basics.
There’s a reason young children have boundless energy and are wired to move. Science shows that for a child’s brain to fully mature, it needs stimulation through movement and sensory experiences. Each stage of development comes with new opportunities for learning. For example, an infant might explore by touching, grasping, chewing, or crawling. A toddler might explore by walking or climbing.
Physical activity and curiosity don’t simply build a strong body; they build a strong brain!
This is why one of the 5 Basics is “Explore Through Movement and Play.”