Four Square

Playing four squares improves eye-hand coordination and concentration. The phrase ‘stand four-square’ refers to being firmly supportive of someone or something. In the game, children also develop social skills such as cooperation and self-regulation through following rules. The physical coordination required for the game also helps to improve children’s motor skills, including flexibility, balance, and agility, as well as proprioception and directional awareness.

Kindergarten students are dancing shark in classroom