Posted by Aston Avery

Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt on a mission to get children dancing

Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt is on a mission to get young children dancing, as new research released today
highlights the impact that the last 18 months has had on children aged 0-4 and how dance and movement can help
build children’s confidence.

According to new research released today from the UK’s leading childcare provider, Busy Bees, over half of
parents who have children aged four or younger are worried that the pandemic has had a negative impact on their
children’s mental wellbeing, with over a quarter concerned that their child hasn’t kept as physical healthy as they
should have been.

Lack of playdates, support classes and other social activities during the nationwide lockdowns has meant than
many young children will not have been spending much time with others. Nearly three quarters of parents say the
lack of social interaction with other children their age is the main driver for their concern about their child’s mental

Aston spoke to Pussycat Doll singer, actress and TV judge Kimberly Wyatt.

Photo by Jeffery Erhunse on Unsplash

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