Free baby movement lesson
CHILD’SPACE MAKES SENSE
JOIN US! TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO COME WITH YOUR BABY TO ONE OR MORE OF THE DAILY MOVEMENT LESSONS.
These lessons – in small groups – are teached by Hila-or Gofer and Ortal Goldshmid and are part of The Child’Space training for group work. The lessons will be filmed and photographed for educational purposes and to introduce the method to the parents.
Every movement lesson has it’s own subject.
What: Free of charge movement lesson
Why: Effective ways to playfully support your baby
Where: Amsterdam, Weesperzijde 79a
6 October 2018 from 11.30-12.30 subject rolling, babies from 3,5 – 5 months
7 October 2018 from 09.30-10.30 subject rolling, babies from 3,5 – 5,5 months
7 October 2018 from 11.30-12.30 subject rolling, babies from 4 – 5,5 months
8 October 2018 from 11.30-12.30 subject rolling, babies from 4-5,5 months
9 October 2018 from 09.30-10.30 subject pivoting, babies who are rolling from 5-7 months
9 October 2018 from 11.30-12.30 subject crawling, babies who are creeping from 7-9 months
10 October 2018from 09.30-10.30 subject creeping babies who are rolling from 6-7 months
10 October 2018 from 11.30-12.30 subject rolling, babies from 3,5 – 5,5 months
For whom: Parents/caregivers with babies from appr. 3,5 – 9 months old.
Interested? For more information and to register, please contact email@example.com
COME AND LEARN HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR BABY’S DEVELOPMENT
Learn simple and effective ways to encourage your baby’s discovery of his body parts.
This helps him feel and sense:
- where his body parts are
- to know that they belong to him
- to sense his body’s boundaries
- to learn how to control and use his hands and feet.
CHILD’SPACE USES MINDFUL AND DIRECTED TOUCH, MOVEMENT, AND VOICE TO FACILITATE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES.
- It nourishes and integrates the senses: seeing, hearing, sensing and dealing with gravity.
- It creates comfort, wellbeing and pleasure with your baby’s own body.
- It helps define the body boundaries of your baby (who am I? This hand belong to me, this is my foot. I can feel, hear, and see it) and nourishes the sense of self.
- It encourages orientation in relation to
- himself (up, down, forward, backward)
- other people (who is important, who can I trust)
- his surroundings (where’s the window, the door?)
- It develops his sense of balance
- It develops his sense of rhythm and sequence
- It helps him learn to anticipate actions around him (momma takes the bottle and is going to pick me up)
- It supports autonomy in self-initiated movements to reach, to act, to pick up and manipulate objects and to start moving around.
For more information and to register, please contact Tjitske via firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to see you and your baby!