Summer is a time when school-age kids rejoice; it’s a break from classes, homework, and schedules. Free time equals lazy time, right? Well, maybe in the minds of the kids. However, allowing them to make every day of summer a lazy day can turn into a wasted summer with some unhealthy consequences. Wondering how you can have active kids this summer? We just so happen to have a few tips here to help you get your kids off of the sofa, away from their screens, and moving!
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Andrea Vrhovnik is the Playroom Director at Elite Brookfield. We sat down with her to discuss the different activities that are offered for your Elite Kids. Continue reading What Does Elite Offer for Your ‘Elite Kids’?
Here’s a simple tennis drill you can do with your child to introduce them to ball control and how to accurately hit cross court and down the line. The drill consists of 3 steps that progress as your child masters the fundamental concepts. Continue reading Ball Control Tennis Drill for Kids Ages 6-9
Swimming can be a great outlet for anyone but especially for adaptive swimmers or special needs swimmers, even those with the most severe disability can have a wonderful time in the water. Swimming lessons can be very beneficial for swimmers of all ages and all needs. Continue reading Swimming is a Great Outlet for Individuals with Special Needs