Equipment: none needed
This game can be played either inside the house or outside. Parents can place cushions to prevent serious injury in case of falls.
Show your child different poses. You can begin with standing on your tiptoes with your arms stretched overhead.
You can also try other poses like standing only with one leg and the second leg bent and arms stretched sideways like wings, standing on fours with one leg or one arm in the air. Adjust the pose difficulty to suit your child’s age and ability.
Let your child make his or her poses.
Benefits: This helps develops ambidexterity, coordination, and balance.