Jul 29, 2016 • 3 min read
If you were looking for signs that your kids were physically literate, what would you look for?
In the simplest sense, physical literacy means your kids have good movement skills. But it also means they show confidence in their skills when they are trying something new, and they understand basic words and concepts around movement. They also tend to look for opportunities to be active.
If your kids are physically literate, here are some things you might see:
Are you raising a physically literate child? How do they show their movement prowess? Where do they show their confidence? Share your stories by commenting below or visit our Facebook page.
Jim Grove is a contributing editor with Active for Life, a nonprofit organization committed to helping parents raise happy, healthy, physically literate kids. For more articles like this one, please visit ActiveforLife.com.