Motor skills and school performance in children with daily physical education in school--a 9-year intervention study.

Abstract

The aim was to study long-term effects on motor skills and school performance of increased physical education (PE). All pupils born 1990-1992 from one school were included in a longitudinal study over nine years. An intervention group (n = 129) achieved daily PE (5 × 45 min/week) and if needed one extra lesson of adapted motor training. The control group (n… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2012.01458.x

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