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The wood child can be described as an artist, strategist and/or planner.  Characteristics seen in the wood child include enjoying speed, pressure, and novelty.  Personality traits seen in the wood child is confidence, assertive, competitive, decisive and bold.  These kids tend to be drawn to physical activity and have advanced motor skills for their age.  They are logical, linear thinkers, love exploring, pushing limits, and goal driven.  They tend to be kinesthetic learners.  Great ways to help your Wood child thrive at home is with positive reinforcement and avoid yelling, and feeding them a protein rich diet. At school, if you are able to let their teacher know, here are some tips to help them thrive in that environment.  Give them a job.  Let them try on their own with minimal guidance.  Find opportunities for them to get up and move around.  Seat them to promote focus.  Explain the logical consequences.  Structured learning environments work well. Imbalance of Wood Child When a Wood child becomes imbalanced they become the "wild child", out of control.  They are easily distracted, very easily frustrated, hyperactive, hostile, angry, aggression, shouting.  A wood child will feel constrained by stillness.  They become more susceptible to tension headaches, migraines, muscle cramps, stiff, weak joints, and more prone to tendon or ligament injuries. Exercises for the Wood Child Jumping Jacks Lateral Jump - jumping back and forth over a rope or line on the floor. Environment for the Wood Child To support your wood child's development make sure to...