The practice and application of FUN BUS lesson plans promote school readiness with children in a FUN active educational setting. As children develop gross motor skills they become more prepared for a variety of physical and academic activities. Children should have plenty of experience using gross motor skills long before they are asked to use fine motor skills. Children with good balance and basic coordination have an easier time acquiring fine motor skills, as well as an easier time participating in physical activities at school and home.
"My 4 & 6 year old daughters and their friends both LOVED the FUN Bus!! The best part was for the parents - sitting in my living room, sipping coffee, and watching from afar as their kids had an hour of exercise & FUN! I highly recommend the FUN Bus!!"
- Darcie K.
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