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    Our whole family absolutely loves this material.
    Chaplain Jeremy

    We are doing the program as a family and it is a positive time of interaction and humor that we all look forward to.
    Wendy H.

    My kids love all of the exercises – especially when they can act out different animals, etc.
    Crysti S.

    My children are very active. They run, jump, climb trees and ropes, they play tag and have air~soft gun wars. I always considered this their P.E. time, little did I know that there were many muscles my children were not using.

    The kids were very excited to try this out! They got up extra early with eagerness to start their days with a P.E. lesson. My kids are 13, 8, and 4.

    You know an awful lot about my daughter who has Down syndrome and have shared in some of her struggles and have watched many of her successes......There were times when Gess didn't want it to end and asked me to "play" more.

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    What are fundamental movement patterns?

    What are Fundamental Movement Patterns? Fundamental Movement Patterns are patterns that allow the body to be coordinated in those simple, basic movement patterns of lateral motion, weight transfer, forward motion, up and down motion, and coordinating upper and lower body movements.

    The exercises in Family Time Fitness are scientifically designed for self correction. As the body practices the movements in the program, the body will self-correct with practice over time. This means that if in the beginning the child does not have exact form (maybe awkward or unbalanced doing an activity) the adult does not have to correct form. Continue the activities in short durations, and the child's body will gradually do the activity with better and better form over time.

    Fundamental Movement patterns include:

    • Walking
    • Bending
    • Reaching
    • Squatting
    • Running
    • Kicking
    • Shuffling sideways
    • Moving around people and objects
    • Eye-hand coordination
    • Eye-body coordination

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