Q: Why won't kids listen?
A: "In order for kids to learn to listen, focus and follow directions as they grow, they need to develop proprioception and vestibular sense by experiencing many physical challenges during childhood."
Explanation: "Children with healthy neurological systems naturally seek out the sensory input they need on their own. When they jump, swing, spin, pick up rocks or dig in the dirt, kids are doing exactly what they need. They are not intentionally doing it to get hurt, act rambunctiously, worry you or get messy. They are doing it to help themselves become safer, calmer and happier kids." http://ow.ly/eV6e30m6EzK