THE CHILD’S GAME FOR ITS GLARE IN EDIMBOURG (UK)
Play is fundamental to the well-being and development of any child. When children play, they develop their skills in many ways. They think, solve problems, express themselves, move, cooperate, appeal to their impressions and exercise their moral conscience.
NEW TOYS FOR GLARE
Learn through the game
In the first years of life, children explore or play doing the same things over and over again.
Babies, for example, will grab blocks, manipulate them and carry them to their mouths. Toddlers will build towers with their blocks just to knock them down.
This repeated training allows them to learn and develop their self-confidence. Children learn what objects are and what they can do with them. They begin to understand their universe.
For toddlers, play is a natural way to learn. It is getting closer to the way we learn in everyday life. Instead of integrating one concept at a time, as in the classroom, children must learn and use multiple ideas and objects at the same time.
To play is also to combine the useful with the pleasant. The game makes children happy which makes learning easier and even more effective.
New psychomotor toys, sport for child development
To give a taste to the sport or to raise awareness of physical abilities, psychomotor games are very interesting for children. They are increasingly used and actively participate in the development of the child. Here’s what you need to know about these fun exercises.
What is the use of psychomotor games?
At first, it is essential to accompany the child in the discovery of his physical abilities. He will be able to discover what he is capable of doing and better understand his daily life. Psychomotor games stimulate balance, coordination and landmarks in space.
From a sporting point of view, it is a playful introduction which opens the way to the practice of a sport. “Psychomotor games facilitate learning and motivate children. During a sports training, they work without realizing it, “explains Romain Gretz, STAPS student and judo coach.
Some examples of psychomotor games
The exercises are very numerous. Just hitching allows a child to take ownership of their body and learn to manage balance and coordination. By being on the hands and on the feet, the exchange of the supports makes it possible to work the kinesthetic markers.
More generally, it can be question of course with the adoption of different postures to improve his movements. Little running exercises with hoops, studs or other obstacles allow the child to tame his movement and speed.
Team or pair exercises allow this learning to go even further in movement, reflection and interaction with others.
This explains the importance of this way of learning in sports clubs, kindergartens and kindergartens. For the latter, the Ministry of Education slips a particular tab “Play and learn” in the resources available to education professionals.