What therapists Say...
“Only a creative and experienced mom could have created Exercise Rhymes. It has all the elements of learning and fun a child needs. These laminated cards encourage movement to rhymes that are engaging. I actually keep them attached to my purse and used them at Sea World this summer when the line was over an hr long. All the kids around us were the happiest kids on the block.”
Dr. Lynne Kenney, author of “The Family Coach Method” (Amazon.com 5 star review)
"I love Exercise Rhymes...As a pediatric Occupational Therapist, I find it to be a perfect activity for all the children with whom I work. This is a wonderful product which facilitates upper body strengthening and control, gross motor coordination and cognitive skills such as problem solving and following directions. It is appropriate for children of all capabilities...”
Danielle Agins, M.S., OTR/L
"As a mom of three and expecting one more... and a pediatric occupational therapist; I have used Exercise Rhymes with both my own children and the children I serve in the home and school setting. It is a fun and easy way to encorporate language and movement in any setting. I recommended it to parents with young children not only for the exercise/ movement/ body awareness component but also the cognitive/ language/ educational benefits it offers.”
Therapist and mom of 5, 3, 1, and soon to be new baby (Amazon.com 5 star Review)
“I use exercise rhymes with my 2-5 year old clients all the time. The cards/rhymes really help to keep the kids focused in therapy by making it engaging and fun!"
Lori M., mother of 1 and pediatric therapist, Phoenix, AZ
“Well big news with the cards! I used them...with children with Autism and they were a hit!! The younger ones loved them the most in my opinion. I was able to get a lot more eye contact, they were very interactive with me and I was able to increase the energy of the room when it was needed and calm them down in the end. I would say I got a good work out...I am now trying to get the kids to get into the poses with me just saying the...first two lines.”
Yoga Instructor for children on the autism spectrum