While at the park, play a game of “Stop-and-Go” with your child. When you say “g” you both run, dance, and jump around. Then, when you say “sto” everybody freezes. After a few rounds, let them be the one to shout the commands.

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Playing “Stop and Go” helps your child focus, remember the rules, and not go on autopilo””important skills for success in school and in life.

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