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By Louise HansonCreative Resources Manager at NES

This month, we’ve teamed up with first2learn, brought to you by NES, to provide some dance and movement activities, on the theme of ‘Toys’

Encouraging children to become physically active from a young age is vital – it keeps them fit and healthy and gives them the chance to explore and engage with the world around them. Basic dance and movement classes are a perfect way to help a child’s development and can offer a creative medium through which they can express themselves.

Louise Hanson, Creative Resources Manager, illustrates how being active can be carried out in an exciting and creative way in the following activities.

Alphabet shapes

Physical Development

Movement and Space

Move with control and coordination.

What you need

Letter vests; wooden alphabet letters or squidgy sparkly letters; lively music.

What to do

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