Ample opportunity to engage in physical activity is an important contribution to each young child’s development. This may be especially true for children with disabilities who may be overlooked or unintentionally sidelined while other children engage in physical activities. Yet, it may require some adaptations to enable a child who has a disability to participate in physical activities with other young children. Fortunately, only minor changes are often all that are needed to provide a range of challenges within a single physical activity to meet the needs of children of varying abilities. Join us to learn how you can encourage inclusive physical activity will all children!