“Each time I walk into a classroom, I can find at least 3 children who are on the floor in the W Sitting position…and they kind of remind me of melting snowman.
Their legs are wide around their bottoms, their trunk posture is often droopy and they aren’t able to move their arms outside of their base of support to play. I am constantly saying “fix your legs” or “NO “W” SITTING!”. What’s so wrong with W-sitting? Let’s explore.” – The Inspired Treehouse
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