Physical Development of Children

Use the whole body for learning. Connect global human movement patterns (e.g. reflexes) and intentional physical activities to increase focus, enhance creativity, allow children to become grounded and centered and improve sensorial skills such as listening, vision, communication, and eye-hand coordination. This workshop is based on the Brain Gym theory; it is available online or in person. (2 hours)
 
KCF II.D: Promoting Physical Development
CDA II: Steps to advance children’s physical and intellectual development

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

Clarify

why physical development precedes intellectual development.

Explore

ways to create a daily schedule and environment conducive to physical development.
It gave me a lot of great ideas on how I can use physical movement with my children on a daily basis. I appreciated that Cindy taught me about how children typically learn. I am going to share this information with the parents!
Preschool teacher

Cindy’s relaxed talk keeps my attention and reminds me to help slow down kids. This would benefit parents!
Infant Teacher

International Faculty Cindy Goldade brings a playful, yet balanced, whole brain approach to her teaching. As an interactive adult educator and homeschooling mother, Cindy lives and breathes this work every day. She brings a lot of online teaching experience to this course.

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Sign up for my Free Brain Gym® Bootcamp

If you’re ready to stop struggling and finally have strategies that best support child development and academic success, then join my Free Brain Gym® Bootcamp. I’ll teach you simple interventions to build the skill sets for life. Plus I break it all down in a really easy, straightforward way.

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