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Week Nine: Episodes 25-27


 Episode 25

Working in Pairs to Improve Social Skills and Coordination for Children with Autism

Champion Anthony and Bill demonstrate how to teach your children and students to work together and learn to catch a ball.




Episode 26

Agility Ladder Exercises benefit Autism in Children

Ladder Exercise are common for high-level athletes but for children with autism these exercises can be just as beneficial. Champion Bill shows various exercises using the ladder that will challenge your children and students both physically and cognitively.




Episode 27

Motivating Children with Autism to Exercise

To introduce your child or students to exercise you may need to find a motivator. In this video you will learn how books motivated Champion RJ to build his fitness!




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