In this cold weather it's understandable that parents don't want to ge too far from the warmth and comfort of home, but don't think this means you have to stay inactive. It is important that little ones do keep active because its only when they use their bodies to the limit that they begin to understand what they can do by themselves and how to mange their own bodies. The more practice they get the better they will be, not to mention safer when they are playing and better co-ordinated in general.
There are lots of physical activities you can do at home as long as you clear a bit of space. Here are a few ideas - but do supervise as some of the activites are a bit adventurous!!
Have a safe, fun time!
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