Is your child bored with physical therapy routines designed to improve his coordination and enhance his motor skills? Participating in a sport can be a fun way to work on these same skill sets.
If the focus is on hand-eye coordination, consider basketball, bowling, golf, softball, poly hockey, volleyball or tennis. Are you looking to improve overall whole-body coordination? Try flag football, gymnastics, track, and field or swimming.
Dance is also an excellent way for kids to have fun while getting their heart rates up and bodies moving.