Freebie Friday ~ Brain Gym Resources - Monsters Ed
The Brain Gym program is something I believe strongly in. I've been to seminars on this topic and have even taken a child to see a Brain Gym...
20+ FREE Wiggle Brain Breaks - This Reading Mama
Do you teach a wiggle worm? Or perhaps your learner(s) have been sitting for a while and you can see the energy level going down. Enter wiggle brain breaks! These wiggle brain breaks can help wake up and recharge the brain, something I particularly need after lunch! *This post contains affiliate links. **The free printable can ... Read More about 20+ FREE Wiggle Brain Breaks
VALENTINE Brain Breaks [Brain Gym] - FREEBIE!
Please enjoy this FREEBIE of 16 fun, quick and easy Valentine-themed activities to use as a daily warm up, to keep the students active, or to help them refocus in the middle of a class.Includes:- 16 Valentine-themed Brain Break Cards (Color version only)- Preparation tipsLooking for more? Look no fu...
Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn - Integrated Learning Strategies
Brain Hierarchy: When Your Child's Lower Brain Levels Are Weak, they Can’t Learn | ilslearningcorner.com
10 Crossing Midline Exercises For Kids
What is crossing midline? Plus get 10 great crossing midline exercises for kids.
OLYMPIANS IN GUMBOOTS
I'm so pleased to introduce Wendy Pirie, our first-ever guest blogger. Wendy is part of the Moving Smart family in the Hawke's Bay area, joining us a year ago after completing her Masters in Perceptual Motor Development. Wendy works with schools, preschools, parents, and children and, like me, is a lifelong advocate of children's natural wiggling, giggling way of learning! We all know that most Olympians have spent a fair share of their lives in the gym, in the pool, or on the track…
Easy Tennis Ball Activities For Vestibular Sensory Play
Tennis Ball Movement Activities Easy Gross Motor Vestibular Sensory Processing Activities! Create these quick and easy tennis ball games for vestibular sensory processing! Great ideas for sensory seekers and all active kids! We love simple games. These vestibular sensory games can be played indoors or outdoors. Make sure to check out our jumping lines game and our gross motor sensory games for more active play and vestibular sensory input. Materials needed Tennis Balls Bucket (to hold all…
five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important) - teach mama
Five Activities for Crossing the Midline (and Why It’s Important)
Crossing Midline March Gross Motor Activity - The OT Toolbox
Crossing Midline is a developmental ability that is important for so many gross motor tasks. When a child has difficulty with crossing midline, they will demonstrate ineffiecncy with fine motor skills, too. We had fun one winter day with a Midline March activity to work on some of these skills as we got some ... Read More about Crossing Midline March Gross Motor Activity