Movement is observed, copied, and passed on. It is learned, challenged, and changed by each generation. We are born movers and we are changed by the movement we make and the movement we see. Watching children move changes the way that I see movement, it changes the rules. It always changes the rules. Children change the rules of interaction. The rules for being a good person. The rules for defining what a person is and what they do. They ask questions and see answers in things adults never even notice.