- Advocate for high quality movement programs for all children three to five years of age that have a significant impact upon the psychomotor, cognitive and affective learning domains;
- Uphold the critical importance early learning standards play upon shaping the developmentally appropriate framework for high quality movement programs;
- Recognize current research centered upon the study of early movement and physiological brain development during the critical periods of learning to impact young children’s motor, cognitive, social and emotional development;
- Serve as a resource for national consensus documents addressing physical activity recommendations for early childhood;
- Identify early childhood professional associations as resourceful links and education partners.