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LuckyDog Recreation Newsletter May 2021

Things that Move . . . Swings


In a perfect world, all playgrounds would have swings. Children love the tummy-tickling movement a swing provides. Go to a school playground setting during recess and you’ll see children race out the school door in hopes of being the first to the coveted swings. Grown-ups on the other hand might consider the fact that swings can be both a solitary and cooperative play activity. Or, grown-ups might think about how swings help children develop skills of locomotion, balance, and coordination....READ MORE WATCH THE VIDEO - VIP SWING

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