The children laughed and continued to challenge their strength, balance, power, and team work as they played the game of Tug-a-War with a chain and lock. The object of the game was to pull the other person or team over the line. This hands-on activity helps students develop their gross (large muscle) motor skills by working on weight shifting and muscle strength. It also increases proximal stability (core strength).
Cindy McColl R,ECE