Study: Active groups lead to active children
During the Confetti dance class at the McHenry Municipal Center, where students learn the basic steps of tap dance and ballet, 4-year-old Kylie holds a bar as she and other youngsters tap their toes three times and then kick.
“Kick as high as you can,” instructor Nicole Goy said to the youngsters. “Point your toe. Keep going.”
Having Kylie in the class is one way her mother, Tina Stevens, makes sure that her daughter has an activity that helps her socialize and be physically active.
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