May 16, 2015 - May 17, 2015
- Venue2 Orchard Link
There is enough scientific literature proving the direct relationship between perceptive movement and neuro-development in children. More importantly, close links have been identified between the inhibition of primary reflexes and the attainment of gross-motor milestones, resulting in neurological delay. This in turn results in a host of dysfunctions, including poor motor skills; focus; immature emotional states; weak academic performance; organization and copying from board. All, crucial building blocks needed to be successful in school and eventually in life.
Based on their research, they are bringing together specialists in perceptive movement and hands-on experiential learning. We aim to feature activities that focus on working on the vestibular and proprioceptive regions, sensory integration, fine and gross motor skills, hand-eye coordination and of course a healthy dose of fun. This way, all children benefit, whether neurologically developed or delayed ... and remember to ... be KIDS!