Kids With Zip: A Practical Resource for Promoting Active Children Ages 3-12
Kids With Zip A Practical Resource for Promoting Active Children Ages 3-12 Author:Joanne Landy, Keith Burridge Children who are physically active from an early age pursue physical activity on a regular basis throughout their life.
Focuses on 3 - 12 year olds and explains motor coordination principles
Offers strategies for encouraging the reluctant child and considerations for children with special needs.
Full of n... more »utritional and fitness facts, safety pointers and information regarding homemade equipment
Fundamental movement skills are the building blocks of all movement. Children who are physically active from an early age and receive positive, enjoyable and successful movement experiences in the early stages of life will continue to engage in and pursue activity on a regular basis throughout their life. Kids With Zip focuses on the best movement experiences for 3 - 12 year olds and provides over 600 ideas for stimulating indoor, outdoor, individual and group activities. Fully illustrates and using simple action figures, Kids With Zip provides a wealth of background information and practical advice for educators and parents. Joanne M Landy has over 25 years of teaching experience as a primary and secondary PE specialist. She is the co-author of two series published by Prentice Hall/Parker Publishing - the "Ready to Use PE Activities Program" and the "Complete Motor Skills Activities Program". She has also been involved with University demonstration teaching for methodology and pedagogy programs in Canada and now lectures at Murdoch University, WA. Joanne operates Lifestyle Education, a PE consulting company.Keith R Burridge has 25 years of experience as a primary and secondary PE specialist and special educator to children with movement difficulties. Keith co-authored the "Complete Motor Skills Activities Program" with Joanne. He has written for the Fundamental Movement Skills Package developed by the WA Department of Education.« less