Brain-Body Balance with Ronda Fisher, Aug. 6, 2012

Are you watching the Olympics? Amazed at the athletic achievement? Movement activites can impact your child's physical development and academic learning.

For kids to develop strong brains, do they need to: a) move b) solve problems going from easy to hard c) start early with flash cards, baby programs, etc?

Join special guest Ronda Fisher and Mrs. A as they talk about the importance of movement activities for children's learning. Ronda is a speaker, coach, author and parent. Her husband Forest Fisher, is a medal-winner and US water ski team member. Their son is a national water ski champion and all 3 of their kids, even the 2-year old, enjoy this sport and others.

Ronda shares how they include both physical and mental activities at home. Mrs A will ask how as a busy mom, Ronda promotes the developing of a positive mindset and finds time in the day to fit it all in. Tune in and add some brain-body balance to your child's learning, fun, and play with Mrs. A and Ronda Fisher.

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