- Mood improves problem solving ability
- Exercise improves mood
- Exercise improves problem solving ability
- If parents, teachers and physical educators understand the value of exercise in relation to mood and problem solving ability, they can enhance the academic performance of their children or students
The aim of this article is to draw attention to some very clear and important relationships with regard to exercise and the ability of children (and adults for that matter) to problem solve. It is universally accepted that a big part of learning and academic improvement is the ability to solve problems. Whether a complex maths question, scientific reasoning or structuring an essay, children need to solve problems. Problem solving skills are unquestionably a key ingredient to success in life. So what does exercise have to do with problem solving you may ask? Well below are three relationships that all parents and physical educators should understand.
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