Every day, teachers integrate physical development activities in their lesson plans. These activities take place in the classroom, gym or playground. Examples of indoor classroom physical development activities may include: dancing to music, playing a bean bag game, painting, drawing with crayons, stacking blocks, playing with water using a sensory table, cooking, using playdough, and many others. Our teachers also have the opportunity to use the gym for physical development activities such as: walking on a low balance beam, throwing and catching a ball, obstacle courses, playing Follow the Leader or Simon Says, allowing children the opportunity to run, gallop, skip and walk, among many others. The playground is a large outdoor space where the children have ample opportunities to climb on the various structures, ride the tricycles, swing on swings, draw with chalk, run, gallop, walk, explore the natural environment, play in the sandbox and explore their bodies in space.