Proud Parents Guide to Raising Athletic, Balanced, and Coordinated Kids: A Lifetime of Benefit in Just 10 Minutes a Day
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Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.00 (inches)|
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Winner of 34 different publishing awards, this 10-minutes-per-day comprehensive program helps children ages 0 to 6 develop coordination.
Tennis pro and master coach Karen Ronney offers a step-by-step handbook with over 200 games for parents who want to jump-start their child's fundamental skills, self-confidence, and sports potential while creating a lifestyle of family fitness. She offers an in-depth explanation of a child's development, their learning styles, with physical and brain anatomy and growth facts, and how simple, fun activities can be the key to unlock their abilities in every area of life. Includes recent scientific and academic research, progress charts, how to incorporate purposeful play, and even helps for families with special-needs kids.
Part One: How Your Child Develops
- Learning Styles
- Building Better Brains
- Sensory Integration
- Fine Motor Development
- Right- or Left-Handed
- Gross Motor Development
- Coordination and Sidedness
- Rules of Play and Praise
Part Two: Games
- Warm-up and Stretch
- Crib Capers
- Athletic Activities One, Two and You
- Building Blocks for Three Year Olds
- The Golden Years: Four-to-Six Year Olds
Karen Ronney, an accomplished NCAA tennis player and a world touring pro, used her bachelor degrees in journalism and public relations to become a seasoned writer for several prestigious publications, including the Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, Los Angeles Daily News,and Chicago Tribune. A professional journalist for more than twenty years, Ronney has also spent fifteen years as a dynamic public speaker and twenty-five years as a professional sports coach. Karen travels nation-wide as a master coaching instructor for various organizations, including the Special Olympics and the United States Tennis Association. She currently lives in San Diego with her husband, Doug, and their trio of budding young athletes.
annie oneill5 Stars Out Of 5March 10, 2009annie oneillThis is the answer to housebound kids in winter or cold weather. Sports indoors could not be more fun. When it warms up we just take these games outside. I have a boy and a girl and the games are great for buth. This book covers everything you need to know about parenting kids in a happy and healthy way!
karen pearlman5 Stars Out Of 5December 9, 2008karen pearlmanThe moms at my preschool were talking about this book so I gave it a try. WOW!! Was I amazed at how useful this book is for my children. They are 3 and 6-years-old and we can play so many games in such a short amout of time each day. This book was a blessing. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to play games with kids. I always had the desire, but didn't know what to do. Now I feel like I can make a differenc in my kids' lives. After a few plays sessions, they already jump higher, catch more balls and seem to have better hand control in their writing/coloring. This is an amazing book. I am giving it to my friends for Christmas!!!
h. hafner5 Stars Out Of 5December 9, 2008h. hafnerI am a pro beach volleyball player and this book is awesome. I wish I had played these kinds of games when I was little. Author Karen Ronney has given every parent the tools to help their kids be great athletes. This is a great book and I use it to work with my youth volleyball team. Buy it and use it!!!
liz frawley5 Stars Out Of 5December 9, 2008liz frawleyI am a home schooling parent and this book was the answer to my prayers. I was looking for something sporty for my 4 kids to do together. Karen Ronney's book is exactly what I needed. Now we can play together, or I can just work with one child at a time for that special mom-child time. I would recommend this book to every homeschooling family!!!!
annie oneill5 Stars Out Of 5December 9, 2008annie oneillI was looking for fitness activities and games to play with my 2 girls and this was recommended by a good frined. It is easy to understand my kids love playing these games. This works when we have only a few minutes or we can play. Now my kids are asking for to play games in the "FUN BOOK" as they call it. After about 2 weeks I noticed a huge improvement in their ball throwing and catching, and also their jumping distances. I would absolutely recommend this book. It is a great Holiday gift for anyone who has kids.