Happy Monday, Happy Fall! The weather is cooling off a bit and the leaves are starting to change. It is the perfect season for a hike in the woods full of whole body movement fun or a “tear-i-fying” pumpkin craft. What is on your fall bucket list? Any fun movement ideas? Here are a few posts to inspire you…
CUTTING TINY BITES || Math is a difficult subject for one of my kiddos. Inevitably, she is doing handstands, cartwheels or somersaults while we are reviewing facts. Ellen has some other awesome movement ideas to get your child’s whole body involved in learning math! Check them out.
THERE’S JUST ONE MOMMY || Halloween is right around the corner. There are costumes to be found and classroom parties to plan. Here are some great ideas for seasonal games that involve gross motor skill practice!
THE KAVANAUGH REPORT || Balance beams are the perfect tool for working on the obvious but also for encouraging imagination. One day it’s a bridge across a huge lake, the next it is a fallen tree! Kid’s love this therapeutic tool. This is an easy and inexpensive tutorial on how to make a toddler balance beam that will keep them occupied for hours!
Head on over to Facebook and share your favorite whole body movement ideas now! HAPPY MONDAY!
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