Introduce movement, joy and success into the learning process by building the physical learning skills most conducive to cognitive, behavioral, and academic abilities. Improve general brain functions related to learning, coordination, communication and physical performance. Physical movement activates and grows the neural wiring throughout the body, making the whole body the instrument of learning, not just the brain. Fun-filled games and activities help children develop gross motor skills, increase balance, enhance directionality, and stress left/right discrimination. Activities for preschoolers and early childhood are helpful for skills development. Children learn best when they are engaged in an activity, and having fun. Preschool games and exercises help promote use of gross motor skills.