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Physical activity for young children

Daily physical activity: focusing on fun When you're choosing physical activity for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, focus on activities that are fun . If children enjoy what they're doing, they're more likely to want to keep doing it. And physical activities that children enjoy increase their ability to move well.
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Man Who Knew Infinity, The

Story The Man Who Knew Infinity is about Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel), who grows up in poverty in Madras, India, but has amazing mathematical gifts. Friends persuade him to share some of his work with academics at Cambridge University, one of whom is G.H. Hardy (Jeremy Lyons). Hardy invites Ramanujan to go to England.
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Shrek Forever After

Story Shrek Forever After , directed by Mike Mitchell, continues the story of the reformed ogre Shrek. This animated 3D movie retains the previous all-star vocal cast, with Mike Myers (Shrek), Cameron Diaz (Fiona), Eddie Murphy (Donkey), Antonio Banderas (Puss in Boots), Julie Andrews (Queen Lillian) and John Cleese (King Harold).
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My Little Pony: The Movie

Story In My Little Pony: The Movie , Princess Twilight Sparkle (voiced by Tara Strong) is organising a Friendship Festival with the help of her friends Rainbow Dash, Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity and Spike the Dragon. Ponies from all over Equestria are coming. Everything is going smoothly until Storm King (Liev Schreiber) and Commander Tempest (Emily Blunt) suddenly take over the festival.
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Rainbow and same-sex families: services, resources and links

Australia wide Australian Human Rights Commission - Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity & Intersex Status This webpage has information on the legal rights and entitlements of diverse families, as well as information about laws against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex status.
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Scoliosis

About scoliosis Scoliosis is a sideways curving and turning of the bones of a child's spine. Most cases of scoliosis develop in otherwise healthy children and are idiopathic , which means there's no obvious cause. Idiopathic scoliosis can start at any age during childhood and adolescence, but it most commonly starts during a growth spurt, usually when children are 10-11 years old.
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