Creative Movement in the Classroom -- Tips for Teachers!
Hello EC Community, I wish you the best as the new year of 2012 unfolds! In my last blog post, I offered a complete movement lesson...
13 July Activity Days Ideas for Girls
Need some ideas for July Activity Days? This post is packed with fun ideas that are simple for the leaders to prepare and so fun for the girls!
Vestibular System: Your Child’s Internal GPS System for Motor Planning and Attention - Integrated Learning Strategies
Why the vestibular system acts as your child's internal navigation system for learning.
Simon sagt.pdf – OneDrive #childhandskills #onedrive #simon
Simon sagt.pdf - OneDrive #childhandskills #onedrive #simon - #childhandskills #lessons #OneDrive #sagtpdf #Simon
Sensory Integration Activities For Autism: Vestibular System Exercises
Looking for sensory integration activities for autism to develop your child's motor skills? Check out our collection of fun vestibular system exercises!
Games for Kids: How to Play Captain's Orders - Childhood101
Captain’s Orders is a great group game for kids as it get’s children moving and thinking…fast! The faster the game commands are called, the faster (and funnier!) the actions become! The game can be easily adapted by reducing or increasing the number and complexity of the commands, which makes a great game to play with […]
Holy Sweat! 5 Highly Active Youth Group Games
Highly active youth group games are great to build stamina and endurance, as well as promote a healthy active lifestyle while tiring out your participents to get some sleep!
The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle - Reading and Yoga Activity - Flourish Yoga
Use this The Tiny Seed activity in classroom as yoga & reading activity Demonstrate importance of each season & how something so small can have big impact
The most overlooked reason why your kids won't listen, focus or sit still.
My son climbed to the top of the monkey bars and snaked across them from above. He's not strong enough to...
Fun Group Games: Gotcha!
Gotcha! -This is most definitely one of my all-time-favorite games! Fun to play and to watch!Players stand in a circle, arms out to the side. Their left palm is up with their right index finger poi…