• Iris Windsor

Balance your Life

Updated: Oct 12

Children who can learn good balance and stability at a very young age will most likely have a better understanding of body awareness and coordination which results in better concentration.


Balancing activities promote social interaction and pretend play. When doing this activity, you will often hear children encouraging each other, often clapping when someone achieves success by crossing the beam and not falling off.


Children have to learn to work together, experience risk-taking, learn to balance and take turns. This activity develops social skills sufficient to set out what they are going to do as a team or simply whose turn it is next.


There are not a lot of activities that children can do to develop their core strength. Walking across a balance beam is a great one. Look at this for concentration!

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