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Get Up! back to home

We should not just sit in front of the TV! Let’s stand up and move. Langi, Rundi and Rendi exercise imitating the movements of nature. Let’s keep up with them to improve our coordination capabilities, and strengthen our health.

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Viewing tip

Around 18 months, children start enjoying simple physical activities such as throwing, kicking, and climbing. By the age of 3, children are able to do more advanced physical activities such as jumping, balancing, and skipping. Infant exercises enhance the ability to learn, stimulate mental development and can help babies sleep better!

Educational values

  • Developing basic coordination
  • Promoting movement and motor skills
  • Increasing muscle strength