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Movement Skills

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phoebe valdez

on 5 May 2010

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Transcript of Movement Skills

MOVEMENT SKILLS MOVEMENT SKILLS AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT Movement and rhythm stimulates
the front lobe of brain which is important
to language development movement provides the brain
with oxygen which is necessary
for the brain to work
it also helps the brain produce
endorphins which make the
brain conducive to learning tapping out words with hands
or sticks help children hear
the entire word better a way to combine children's need for active play
with following directions activities such as chant games and pass
the message develop listening skills, attentive skills
auditory and visual memory MOVEMENT SKILLS AND MUSIC movement and music are two intrumental keys to language development prenatal exposure to music can enhance
baby's development We teach concepts with the help of a song.
Music stimulates part of the brain related to
memory Letting the child produce music help
them become more of their body
movement Let the child make different
kinds of noises using his body parts For children with special needs
start with the most simple gradually
working way up to more complex songs
or games MOVEMENT SKILLS AND IMAGINATION movement skills combine with imagination enrich learning of self and space Why is imagination important to children? practice real-life skills develop rich vocabulary problem-solving Children often need help in imagining things Teachers should be able to provide stories locomotor and nonlocomotor
challenges films, books, pictures Explain together their ideas Dont force those who are reluctant to join Never judge them with their ideas, instead
expound more on their ideas real people, animals and plants
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