By Jeannine Moyer, teli Physical Therapist
A Trip to the Pumpkin Patch is a perfect beginning to the Halloween Season – A teli physical therapist explains how it can strengthen your child’s coordination and aid in your child’s early intervention physical therapy!
Building Your Child’s Coordination on a Trip to the Pumpkin Patch
A trip to the pumpkin patch is a perfect beginning to the Halloween Season especially in our current COVID-19 environment where outdoor activities are preferred and social distancing with fresh airflow is easier to achieve. So grab your mask and hand sanitizer and begin the search for your perfect pumpkin!
Exploring the pumpkin patch provides a great obstacle course for your child to get some terrific physical activity and burn off some extra energy. Your child may need to walk up and down inclines, step over debris such as vines or sticks, maneuver around pumpkins, and walk while carrying a heavy object (a pumpkin just the right size.
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