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Children need exercise too! These easy to do children’s exercises are perfect for your little ones. Developing excellent habits now, lead to better grades in school and overall happy children. What they learn now will carry them throughout their lives.Remember, proper stretching is encouraged before beginning any physical activity.
Remember, proper stretching is encouraged before beginning any physical activity.
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