Savvy Moms knows aside from eating three healthy meals a day and getting
10-12 hours of sleep a night (yeah right!), the most important thing
for children is exercising their bodies. It is never too early to
encourage the love of physical fitness. There is no better way then to
start 'em working out young, even it is with a little help from Mom or Dad. Vermont is teeming with ways to get fit with your little ones.
We're walking, we're talking, we're exercising. And it is with baby! Hey
that sounds fun and easy doesn't it? Why not give it a try September 17 at their grand opening. The first class is FREE.
Itty Bitty Public Skating @ Leddy Park (ages 1-6)
It is time conquer the ice once and for all. Get on the rink with your
tyke and slip slide around. This time there is a professional skating
instructor there to offer support, leading games and activities, making
it fun for all. Have a tiny one not yet ready for skates? No problem.
Pull them along in a plastic sled or park them in their stroller right
there on the ice.
Mommy or Daddy & Me Tennis (ages 2-4)
Match point! Maybe not yet, but before you know it with this program your
youngster might headed to the US Open 2022. You will learn how to
coach your kids and they will learn the skills, drills & mechanics
Walking and reading, what a novel concept?! Hike Lone Tree Hill Trail behind
the Farm Barn and read a story as you go. You will find one page of
the book posted at a time along the trail.
"My kids and I are always looking for great hikes this time of year. The
trouble is finding trails this time of year that are not too muddy! The
trails at Red Rocks park are amazing. The scenery is beautiful and the
trails are wide enough and smooth enough for a jogger stroller."
"Mt. Philo State Park is great when you're looking for an easy day hike with
the kids (4+ could walk it). We even walked up it with our newborn in a
stroller (thanks to the road to the top)...more"
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