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Physical activity improves memory, problem-solving and decision-making ability. Active children have better executive functioning, including planning, self-regulation and the ability to perform demanding tasks with greater accuracy. (Shutterstock)

Children with disabilities need better access to sport

Sport and other physical activity is vital to the developing bodies and minds of children; for those with disabilities it can be hard to access and is yet even more important.
Faster out of the blocks. Boy runners via racorn/Shutterstock

How running around more can help children do well at school

Children who do more physical activity are likely to improve their health and it might also help them improve their school grades. Those are the findings of recent research from Sweden which suggest that…
Some pre-schools and early childhood centres are teaching young children self-defence – but is this ok? Child/self-defence image from www.shutterstock.com

Karate kids: should we be worried about martial arts in pre-schools?

When you think of martial arts, you probably think of bare fists and bloodied faces, not a four year-old in a child care centre. But martial arts and self-defence programs do appear to be growing in popularity…

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